Conclusion: It's hard to beat the Evenflo Maestro's price, especially for a seat that converts from a forward-facing harness seat to a belt-positioning booster. Reviewers also say the Maestro is lightweight and easy to install. However, the seat only allows children to use the harness until they are 50 pounds, and parents report issues with hard-to-undo buckles and straps that dig into their kids' necks.
Pros: Lightweight, Easy to install, Converts to belt-positioning booster
Cons: Belt buckle tricky to operate, Straps uncomfortable for some children, Low weight limit for harness use