As a nanny, I carried a baby (not constantly, but on outings) in a structured carrier that didn't do much to support my back. I don't remember the brand, but I remember the mother referring to it as "knockoff Baby Bjorn," meaning that it meant to emulate that brand.
Later, for a few hours one day, I carried another baby in a Moby wrap. I loved it. (Moby is a big, slightly stretchy, piece of fabric that you have to wrap, yourself; I'm sure other brands are just as good since it is such a simple idea.) However, the mother actually got me and the baby into the wrap, ourselves; all I had to do was get the baby out, later. Wearing it felt amazing, but I didn't think I would want to have to recreate that structure every day, myself.
Now, I'm pregnant, and there are seemingly dozens (if not hundreds) of different wraps available. Every mother seems to prefer a different one. Can you tell me which structured carriers/wraps feel the most like one that has been expertly custom wrapped, as one does with a Moby?