Summary: Bought this for my first son after seeing it had good reviews. What I didn't realize was that this carseat does not have the strap on the front to tighten the harness. You have to pull each strap individually from the back to secure your child. Not only is this inconvenient, but the clasps on the back don't feel very secure to hold the proper amount of tension. Definitely would NOT recommend!
Summary: I loved this travel system for the first year, then the front wheels of the stroller went crazy. You have a hard time pushing it because the wheels want to swivel to the sideways position and not go back into the straight position. You have to constantly backup to move forward. It's a real pain. Now I see that I can buy new front wheels for $40. I'm not sure if its worth it. Debating...
Summary: This was my third Graco stroller. The first was passed along in mint condition after nearly 2 years of use. My second became soiled when a skylight leaked on it while it was stored for the winter (after seeing heavy use with 2 children in 4 years). The Spree...is not the quality I have come to expect from Graco. It feels flimsy and is hard to steer at anything faster than a Sunday stroll. Now the fold mechanism has failed.
Summary: I fell in love with this pattern and had to have it, but it wasn't a great buy car seat wise. Instead of having 3 holes for the shoulder straps as your baby grows you can move them up this one only has 2 and our daughter is only 2 months old and has been in the 2nd hole since birth.THen I hate the fact that you have to tighten and loosen the straps in the back insted of the front.