I chose this as our second stroller when it became clear our lightweight stroller just wouldn't cut it outside of the mall. The pros: this provides a much smoother ride. The stroller feels sturdy, (it survived plane baggage handlers without any problem.)
It's not a huge basket, but still has room for groceries. And I only need to remove one wheel for it to fit in the trunk of my hatchback - mind you, it's hefty to lift, and it does take pretty much the ENTIRE trunk, so we don't do it often. It can be steered with one hand, and has a tray for cheerios. The cons: the handle doesn't always lock solidly, making me feel like it might break if I were to lift the stroller up a stair by lifting the back straight up. The seat doesn't sit upright enough for my daughter to easily reach the cheerios on the tray while still strapped in. The sunshade might work at high-noon, but any other time of day is essentially useless. Bottom line: I'm really happy with it, think it's great value, and I'll probably buy the double version when the time comes.