There is no evidence that a 5-point harness seat is safer than a properly fitting booster for a child of that age. There are arguments both ways for safety (some think a booster is safer because it gives more and so has less chances of head excursion; others the harness because it provides more security). Since you can't rear-face, your son is already perfectly safe.
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