we used the snap n go for 6 months! it was very easy and helped me get out of the house when it was all still so overwhelming. then my husband started researching strollers. i wanted the duallie or the mountain buggy, but he convinced me that the safari tt (turn technology?) jogging stroller was good--the swivelling front wheel makes a huge difference from the stationary front wheel (which you would want if you were a runner). what a difference over the snapngo. it's great over the uneven terrain of my city sidewalks. so we went with the $200 stroller and decided we'd buy another for the car/journeys to town on the train. someone ended up giving us a maclaren, and it's fine. doesn't seem the most comfortable thing, but they're never in it for more than an hour. so we put the extra money in their 529s, like the ohsoresponsible parents we want to be.
speaking of...twins trying to climb on top of laundry baskets.....