I agree with a home pram and an out pram, we started with a Phil & teds sport, it just felt awkward to push, but the wheels handled our gravel driveway ok. (The big chunky rocky gravel!) we then picked up an old mountain buggy, which was great at home, but could barely fit in car. So we picked up a baby jogger City Classic (predecessor to elite) and it's great for both home and out, but stays in car a lot cos it's folds up well. I'm pregnant again so picked up a city elite single with a skateboard and might get a bassinet for it. It all depends what you want to do and where you will walk