Summary: I like everything about the Jeep Overland Limited except the I-Baby compartment for music shouldn't be limited to IPod applications. Practically everyone has cell phones which the plug works perfectly in, but the size of the compartment (too small) doesn't allow for I Phones or Galaxy S application. Change that and you're all set.
Summary: I can't lie, this stroller is great for jogging, and seems very comfortable for my 26 lb 12 month old! The only reasons I had to give it four stars were the odometer being confusing/not working and the handlebar wiggles quite a bit when it's "locked into place". Other than those two things it's pretty much perfect; I love the safety strap, the cup holders are a good size, the front brake is a life saver on country hills, the handlebar height change makes it easy for me...
Summary: I personally have not pushed this stroller because my husband won't let me! He has gone out running with our 7 month girl 4 times in the first week that we owned it. It looks great, our daughter loves it, and it will work great on bike trails. The speaker system is kind of cheapie, but otherwise a great purchase at a good price.
Summary: I bought this for my 10 month old and the stroller itself is very nice. It compacts easily, rolls nicely, overall it is a nice stroller. The issues I have are the handle itself is adjustable but it is pretty flimsy, may not last in the long hall, the holder for your sound system is not big enough to get and I phone in and the buckle system is a little hard on the fingers.
Summary: I've put about 10 hours on this stroller so far on all types of terrain and it has done very well. Baby loves it! falls asleep every time. I'm 5'4" and it's a good size for me, but I could see it being awkward for someone smaller. My favorite feature is the adjustable canopy, love that! All in all a great stroller for a great price, I would recommend this to anyone looking for a true fixed front wheel jogging stroller.