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I love this car seat. For the first six months of my son's life I listened to him screaming until he hyperventilated everytime we rode in the car. I eventually just stopped going places, as I had tried everything (mirrors, toys, video devices, feeding before driving, not feeding before driving, driving when sleepy, driving when wide awake) to get him to enjoy car rides. It was such a stressful time. He was a very small baby ( under the 1st percentile) so I was hesitant to switch to a convertible from an infant seat. I am so glad I did. The maxi cosi is sleek (for a car seat) seems comfy, easy to clean, and my child either sits in it peacefully and looks around, or falls asleep which is a far cry from his former "gotta make sure it sounds like I'm being tortured" self. The tiny fit made the transition simple and less intimidating for my small baby. If I have another child I will most likely skip the infant seat all together and go straight to the Maxi Cosi. This car seat has quite literally made my days as a mom much happier. It also fits well enough in my Prius. The front seat is pushed up a but more than I would like if I had a passenger, but that's a trade off I'm happy to make for a peaceful drive.
I just installed the program a few days ago, but have been having problems ever since. The program generally doesn't launch successfully - it pops up a window saying I need to wait for important notifications, and it never gets past that. Then, it wants me to update the Federal tax program. But the update froze the first time I tried it, and it won't get past that point now. So I'm using the older version of the program that I got on the CD they shipped me. And when I finally do get into the program and start entering data, I find that it imports my federal long and short term loss carryovers, but not the state ones. Some of these problems seem to keep occurring year after year, like the hangups during the update procedure. But overall I would say the program is much buggier this year.
Okay we bought the 15 footer about a year and a half ago. Since we put this up we have an almost constant stream of kids from the neighborhood in our yard. When we set it up again this spring we had 6-10 kids waiting in line to get on, I usually only let 3 kids on at a time. It is fairly easy to setup and take down. The safety net doesn't let anyone fall off. Some of my kids are doing front and back flips on it. We've found it to be a great way to get them out of the house and off the video games. The green mat that covers the springs has started to tear right in front of the door, with the amount of traffic it sees it's done remarkably well. I have mine anchored to the ground with corkscrew dog stakes to make sure it won't take flight in high winds like our friend's trampoline did.