Initially hard to get the hang of opening closing, once I got through those "teething" issues I found this to be the easiest pram to use.
Because my DD is still facing me when we're out and about I have to take the seat out to fold it down, but that made it easier to collapse and lift into the car when recovering from a caesar.
Comes with a rain cover
universal shade/mosquito nets go on really well (I bought a sun shade from thesleepstore.com.nz and a mosquitonet from Mothercare, both really cheap)
can buy baby capsule and bassinette to fit into pram frame
When using the bassinet attachment it's hard to access the storage basket, and since my DD was diagnosed with reflux at 8.5 weeks we stopped using it at that point. If I were to do it all over I'd have gotten the capsule instead of the bassinette
because the seat and the fram come apart, there's nothing to hold the nappy bag up if hanging over the handle (tried early on, and it fell down and would skid against the wheels). Now have learnt to hang it over the corners of the handle, which is possible now that DD's weight counteracts the nappy bag.
No cup holder, but I cought a valco cup holder and put that on with no dramas
We purchased this pram second hand with the baby capsule and stroller seat. A friend recommended the pram as it is a travel system so you can take the capsule out and put it in the car with little fuss then move to the next seat when ready. We didn't get the bassinette. I find it easy to fold down and it has enough storage space below for the things I need. Due to the big rear wheels, it isn't really ultra compact when folded, but will fit in the back of a hatchback provided you don't have anything else in there and will fit in a car boot pretty easily. Removing/reinstalling the capsule is easy and makes travel a lot easier. The big wheels mean no problems with cracks in the footpath and the front wheels are closer together than the back (offset). It has independent front brakes and an easy to use rear brake. Also comes with a weather cover but I haven't used that yet.
It is easy to remove and wash the covers and adjust the straps. No problems changing direction or going backwards - the rear wheels are fixed, the front wheels pivot well.My only concern would be that the wheels seem to wear a bit - but as I said at the start, this pram was second hand so it has two babies worth of wear in the wheels and they are still going. The pram is quite light too which is a bonus.
Someone recently gave us a "universal" mosquito net too and I was worried that it wouldn't fit like a lot of "universal" described products, but it fit well.
Cons with this product: It is only available new from Target. Depending on your local store they may / may not be able to order the bassinette for you (they usually only stock the pram with baby capsule).