It's time to buy my oldest an actual SN stroller, he's too big for our Phil and Ted any longer (sad, because I love being able to have them both in the same stroller). I might just get him a Baby Jogger City Elite, but I'm looking at other options as well. His pediatrician requested an auth for insurance to cover it, but even if they do agree to cover it, I'm not sure I'm comfortable with that. I'd almost rather buy it outright, as long as it's not horribly expensive (like, under $800 I'm fine buying). Child is 5 years old, ~50 pounds, very tall. Still needs a recline for napping, and either needs a canopy or be able to add one. I can fit him in a BJ (but nothing else), but if that's only going to fit him a year or two, I'd rather get him something bigger off the bat. I'm sure his insurance will pick it up (if I can get myself okay with that), so I could say price is no object, but I still don't want to waste money (regardless of whose money it is) on something we don't need. I want the smallest, lightest, easiest to use/fold stroller that will suit his needs. From what I can find online, something like the Convaid Cruiser, Special Tomato EIO, or Baby Jogger Liberty. His pediatrician told me I should probably consider a wheelchair, but I can't go there yet. I'm not willing to wrap my head around my kid in a wheelchair (he can walk, just has little stamina and is in intense pain after more than 20 minutes or so). I know a stroller is serving the same purpose, but it's still something I can't really deal with.