Last year many companies introduced a lot of great new models that I absolutely loved, so I thought there was no way this year could be any better. Well, I was wrong! The new strollers for 2016 absolutely blew me away!
Luckily, this year I was able to attend the ABC Kids Expo 2015 and see all of the new models firsthand.
There was so much innovation and style! A lot of companies presented interesting collaborations with famous designers bringing us closer to high fashion. And you know me, I love fashion! I also saw a lot of companies using high-end materials and fabrics for strollers that are usually used for luxury products.
Matching accessories are becoming more and more popular and are often included. The limited collections are a new trendy thing to do. Some of the matching diaper bags are now made out of high-quality materials and might be more expensive than your regular purse!
As you can imagine it was a totally different experience seeing all of the new models before they are even released. Some of the prototypes were not even final! It looks like companies are making little improvements up until the very last day before the production.
I tried to take as many photos as I possibly could so you wouldn’t miss any details. I had also planned on shooting a lot of videos, but unfortunately, I lost my voice on the second day of the Expo. I mean, what are the chances of losing your voice for four days out of the year when this is the only four days when you REALLY need it? Story of my life! Oh…
On the bright side, I did bring a measuring tape and got all of the seat and wheel measurements. Everybody looked at me like I was totally crazy when I pulled it out, but nobody said anything because most representatives didn’t know the wheel sizes and the seat dimensions of the strollers they were selling.
How do they sell this stuff? So, aside from the video fiasco, I hope my blog has the MOST information about new models for 2016 you can find.
With so many new companies and so many new products, it was very hard to narrow it down to only 25 strollers. I had to concentrate on innovation, style, and practicality because there were a lot of boring models that I couldn’t even remember by the end of the day.
Since most of the new models are not out yet, I can only give you a short overview of the main features of each of them. But, as soon as they get released I will post an update. Sign up for my blog to get the latest info on the new releases.
1. GB Pockit -$250
Let’s start with the most unique model called GB Pockit. This compact lightweight stroller folds to the smallest size I’ve EVER seen! It’s so compact, that you can even put it in your purse.
GB Pockit is a perfect stroller for traveling and public transit. Frequent flyers will be happy to know that it fits into an overhead on ANY plane and you can take it with you as carry-on luggage on ANY airline.
It even has been named the ‘world’s smallest folding stroller’ by the Guinness World Records. The folded dimensions are only 12″ x 14″ x 7″. Despite the compact size, I was pleasantly surprised to see a roomy seat and a decent basket.
Here is a short demo.
2. Austlen Entourage – $849
Austlen Entourage is a convertible stroller that has a unique extendable frame allowing you to carry a LOT of stuff. The humongous underneath basket alone can handle up to 65 lbs!
The durable frame can handle a combined weight including seats up to 150 lbs. What other stroller can do that? This amazing extendable frame can be adjusted on the go with just one motion.
It can also convert from a single to a double stroller with the addition of a second seat, infant car seat, platform rider, or a sit-n-stand. This stroller is not only functional, it is also very stylish.
I absolutely love the color combinations of the liner and the seat fabrics. The leather detailing of the swing-away bumper bar and the handlebar add to the overall stylish look. The main seat can accommodate a child from birth and up to 50 lbs.
You will enjoy features like a large canopy, one-hand recline, adjustable handlebar, adjustable leg rest, bassinet-like environment, all-wheel suspension, flip-flop-friendly brakes, and easy fold.
With so many features I expected the fold to be super bulky, but it’s not! It’s very compact. The Austlen Entourage is retailing for around $849 and comes in two beautiful colors. Here is my full overview»
Here is a quick demo from the ABC Kids Expo 2015.
3. Nuna Tavo – $349
Nuna has introduced a new model called Tavo. This model is very similar to the popular Nuna Mixx but is more compact, lighter, and less expensive. While it doesn’t have a reversible seat, it turns into a travel system without any adapters.
The award-winning Nuna Pipa infant car seat securely clicks right into the frame of the Tavo. I am absolutely in love with Tavo’s canopy! It’s huge, it has a pop-out sunvisor and it also has a zipped-in ‘dream drape’ that will completely cover your child even when the seat is fully reclined. One of the best canopies on the market!
The recline goes to an almost flat position suitable for a newborn. The seat can accommodate a child up to 50 lbs. The Tavo is full of great features like an adjustable handlebar, large basket, roomy seat, swing-away bumper bar, adjustable leg rest, flip-flop-friendly brake, all-wheel suspension, easy fold, and a large easy to access basket.
This is one of my FAVORITE strollers for 2016. It’s very stylish, practical and affordable. This could be your ONLY stroller. If you get it as a travel system with Nuna Pipa, this will be all you need to get you from birth and through the toddler years. It retails for $349 and comes in four colors. Here is my full overview»
Here is a short overview.
4. iCoo Acrobat Travel System – $899
I was very impressed when I saw the iCoo Acrobat for the first time at the ABC Kids Expo 2015. The stylish copper frame and the leather seat liner screamed luxury.
So, I was absolutely ecstatic when the iCoo sent me the Acrobat travel system for testing. The set included an Acrobat stroller and iCoo ProSafe 35 infant car seat.
The Acrobat is a mid-range stroller that is somewhere in between umbrella and full-size models. It has all the features of the full-size model but is lighter and more compact.
At the same time, the wheel size is a little smaller than on your standard full-size model. The roomy seat has a deep recline that goes to an almost flat position and can accommodate a child from birth and up to 50 lbs. The canopy folds in front of the child providing great coverage.
It also features a telescoping handlebar, a large basket, an adjustable leg rest, a large peekaboo window, a large storage pocket, an all-wheel suspension, and a one-hand fold. All this goodness weighs only 20 lbs.
Another cool thing about Acrobat is that the larger wheels are located in the front of the stroller instead of the back like on most models. This creates better maneuverability and a smoother push over the rough terrain. Why nobody else is doing it?
Anyway, after using it on a daily basis for a few weeks, I can tell you that it’s not only stylish but also a very practical model. If you get it as a travel system it could be your ONLY stroller because there will be no need to downsize.
And with that high price tag, it probably should be your only stroller. LOL. The travel system retails for around $699 on Amazon. You can also get it as a stand-alone stroller for only $399. It comes with a footmuff, removable bumper bar, and rain cover. Here is my full review»
Mountain Buggy made a big splash with their new Cosmopolitan Geo Luxury Edition. When I so the new Geo Edition I couldn’t believe it was the same as the original Cosmopolitan model. It looked completely different to me.
This is a very sleek model with luxurious detailing, sophisticated style, and more features. The pattern on the fabric looks just like Louis Vuitton’s signature checkerboard pattern. I am sure people will think this is a Louis Vuitton stroller.
The Geo has a reversible seat that unlike the original Cosmopolitan does NOT convert into a flat bed for a newborn. Instead, it comes with a second set of fabrics that you can use with the frame of the seat to create a full-size carrycot.
I like this option better because you get a better quality bassinet with a hard bottom. The seat has a deep one-hand lever recline and can accommodate a child from birth and up to 44 lbs. It weighs 26 lbs with the seat and 27 lbs with a carrycot.
The never-flat wheels can tackle any terrain and together with all-wheel suspension, they provide a smooth ride. It also features a flip-flop-friendly brake, a swing-away bumper bar, an adjustable handlebar, an adjustable leg rest, and a large basket. The fold is very easy and compact. It has an automatic lock and standing fold.
I can actually see myself with Geo strolling down the street dressed up all stylish with a hat and sunglasses. This model btw comes with a matching diaper bag that looks cute but would look much cuter if it had that checkerboard pattern.
6. Bumbleride Speed – $549
As you know I am a big fan of Bumbleride strollers, so I couldn’t wait to see the new jogger called Speed. This is a little more hardcore than the Indie model and is designed for serious joggers.
In the jogger world, it’s probably comparable to BOB Revolution Flex which is the most popular jogging stroller. The Speed rolls on large air-filled tires that together with all-wheel suspension provide a very smooth ride.
It also features a large canopy, large basket, easy one-step fold, deep recline, adjustable handlebar, and roomy seat. The seat can accommodate a child from birth and up to 50 lbs. Another interesting feature of the Speed is the eco-friendly fabric of the seat which uses 18 recycled bottles in production.
This buggy weighs only 23 lbs which is a couple of pounds lighter than the competition. Speaking of competition, if you compare Speed to other popular joggers I think it will probably match the performance, but definitely win in style category.
Of course, I would have to test it first. The Speed is retailing for around $549 and comes in three colors. The air pump is included. I did see a nice matching footmuff, but I think you would need to order it separately. Here is my full overview»
7. Bumbleride Indie – $529
The Indie model is getting a little facelift for 2016. The canopy has changed and now is attached to the frame so it doesn’t fold in front of a child like before. The fold is much easier and more intuitive.
The recline will be much smoother and easier to operate. They’ve also added a front-wheel suspension so Indie has all-wheel suspension now and an automatic lock.
The manual lock was a pain in the behind so I am happy about that. It also will include an air pump instead of an infant car seat adapter. I definitely think that an air pump is more useful because everybody will have to buy one anyway.
The fabrics will change a little and be even more eco-friendly than before. The new Indie 2016 is retailing for around $529. Here is my full overview of the updates. And here is my full review of the older Indie model.
8. Mamas & Papas Urbo2 Rose Gold – $700
Mamas&Papas Urbo2 Rose Gold Limited Edition was one of the most memorable models I’ve seen at the ABC Kids Expo 2015. Yes, it’s to die for or to have another child for! LOL.
There will be only 300 of them available in the US. How sad is that? The Rose gold frame, wheels, and finishes together with the leather bumper bar and handlebar make it look like a piece of art or jewelry rather than a stroller. The matching bassinet is the icing on the cake.
Because Urbo2 is one of the celebrities’ favorites, I think that this Rose Gold Edition will fly away from the shelves. LOL. Fortunately, it’s available right NOW for around $700.
Another exciting collection that Mamas & Papas presented at the ABC Kids Expo 2015 was Liberty London. Liberty London has inspired shoppers with their unique style since 1875.
This beautiful collaboration between Mamas & Papas and Liberty London includes Urbo2 and Armadillo Flip XT models as well as matching bassinets, diaper bags, cold-weather footmuffs, blankets, dolls, and reversible seat liners.
10. Mamas & Papas Donna Wilson 3 Bears Edition – $600
The Mamas & Papas Donna Wilson 3 Bear collection is another great collaboration between the two. As you know, I am a big fan of Donna Wilson’s magical characters and whimsical patterns, so I was very excited to see it.
This is NOT a limited edition so you would be able to get it as soon as it becomes available. I don’t have the exact price yet, but judging by the previous collaboration the Urbo2 should retail for around $600 and the bassinet around $260. Here is my full overview»
11. UPPABaby G-Link – $499
One of the exciting new modes presented at the ABC Kids Expo 2015 was G-Link. This is the first double umbrella stroller from Uppababy. It’s very similar to the popular G-Luxe 205 model but comes as a double.
What I really like about it is that it can easily accommodate older toddlers as well as infants. The seats are very roomy with high canopies so your older toddlers will be comfortable. And, at the same time, there is a deep recline, soft headrest, and nap-on mesh footsie for your newborns.
Whether you have twins or a second child, the G-Link will help you roll through it. While the seats are very roomy the width of the stroller is pretty narrow at 30″.
For comparison, G-Luxe model is 19″ wide so you might expect the double version to be closer to 40″. The narrow footprint is perfect for busy city streets and tight spaces.
The follow-the-sun canopy with a huge pop-out SPF 50+ sunvisor will provide your child with plenty of sun protection. The compact fold and a light weight of 24.5 lbs will make traveling a breeze. This model comes in three colors and retails for around $499.
12. Mutsy Nexo – $299
Mutsy, a Dutch company that has been creating strollers since 1937, has just introduced their new lightweight stroller Nexo. The Nexo has the same cool modern design as their Mutsy Igo and Mutsy Evo but is a little more compact, lighter, and less expensive.
Just like iCoo Acrobat, this is a mid-range model that has all the features of a full-size stroller but is narrower and has smaller wheels than a full-size. It has a deep one-hand recline and can accommodate a child from birth and up to 50 lbs.
It also features a telescoping handlebar, large basket, adjustable leg rest, all-wheel suspension, and flip-flop-friendly brake.
The fold is also easy and compact. It also has a travel system option and works with Maxi-Cosi infant car seats. The only thing I would improve is the canopy.
I would like to see a larger sunvisor or maybe a ‘follow-the-sun’ option. Overall, I like Nexo’s design and think it could be your only stroller. The Nexo comes in two colors and is available now for only $299.
13. GB Lyfe Travel System – $349
GB has been very busy creating new strollers. One of their new models presented at the ABC Kids Expo 2015 was the GB Lyfe travel system that comes with the Asana35 AP infant car seat. The Lyfe stroller is very similar to BG Evoq, but the seat can also turn into a bassinet without any additional fabric kits.
It also features a large canopy with a mesh panel, removable swing-away bumper bar, rear-wheel suspension, a very large basket, and never-flat EVA wheels. The fold is very easy and you can fold it with the seat attached.
Since this is a very simple model, it doesn’t have some of the things like adjustable leg rest or adjustable handlebar. The fold is also super bulky because the frame of the seat sticks far out.
This is a very basic and practical model that can be used from birth and up to 50 lbs. Where else can you get the whole travel system with the reversible seat stroller for only $349!?
14. GB Maris – $799
GB Maris is a new full-size reversible-seat stroller introduced at the ABC Kids Expo 2015. GB positioned it as a luxury model with a unique futuristic design. It can be also turned into a pram with a matching bassinet or a travel system with a GB Idan infant car seat.
It has a lot of great features parents will love like a large canopy, a one-step flip-flop-friendly brake with a color indicator, a large basket, a one-hand lever recline, a swing-away bumper bar, all-wheel suspension, and an adjustable leg rest.
The fold is very easy and compact with the seat and the frame folding in half. You can fold it with the seat attached facing any direction. There is an automatic lock and a standing fold.
It rolls four EVA wheels with 7″ wheels in the front and 8″ wheels in the back. I would like to see larger wheels since this is a full-size model. The non-adjustable handlebar is another drawback.
To be honest, I didn’t get that luxury feel from Maris. There were no leather finishes, the fabrics were very basic and the frame with the handlebar felt very plasticy. Don’t get me wrong, I do like this model and I think the design is unique and interesting, but I just don’t know if I like it for $799.
Here is a short video overview.
15. Rachel Zoe x Quinny and Maxi-Cosi Collection – $899
One of the most luxurious collections at the ABC Kids Expo 2105 was Rachel Zoe for Quinny and Maxi-Cosi. This collection has been inspired by the jetsetter lifestyle and is made using only premium materials.
We didn’t expect anything less! The combination of cognac leather with oversized gold detailing and contrasting black and white fabrics make it look like pieces of art rather than baby gear.
For those who don’t know, Rachel Zoe is one of the best celebrity stylists. She recently had her own closing line and became a mom. Since Rachel has always been a big fan of Quinny and Maxi-Cosi products, she also decided to partner with them to create a cool fashionable baby gear collection.
This collection is available right now for $220 – $899 and comes in one color combination. It includes a Quinny Moodd stroller, a Maxi-Cosi Mico Max 30 and Maxi Cosi Pria 85 car seats, and a Quinny Diaper Bag.
Here is a short video from Rachel.
16. Quinny Reversible Seat Jogger – $699
After seeing the success of Bugaboo Runner and Baby Orbit O2, Quinny also decided to make a stylish reversible seat jogger. Unfortunately, I don’t have the name of this model, but I know it’s a fixed-wheel jogger with a reversible seat. I’ve also heard that it might be using the Quinny Moodd frame.
The seat has the same recline positions in both modes and can accommodate a child from birth up to 50 lbs. It also features a hand brake, a large canopy with a pop-out sunvisor, a telescoping handlebar, adjustable leg rest, an all-wheel suspension, and a padded 5-point harness.
The fold is super bulky, but it’s very common for fixed-wheel joggers. It will be available in fall 2016 and will retail for around $699.
I found a quick video overview. The quality is not the best, but at least you can see how it reclines and folds.
17. Peg Perego Book Cross – $499
The Book Cross is a new all-terrain stroller from Peg Perego. What makes this model very attractive is that it also has a light weight of only 22 lbs, a compact one-hand fold, and the ability to turn into a travel system with an infant car seat or a pram with a bassinet. The roomy seat has a deep one-hand recline and can accommodate a newborn or a tall toddler up to 50 lbs.
The Book Cross is full of great features like an adjustable leg rest, an adjustable handlebar with a hand brake, an easy-to-access large basket, and a large canopy with a peekaboo window. It folds like a book in half with the folded seat inside. There is also an automatic lock and a standing fold.
It rolls on large never flat tires with 8 ball bearings that together with all-wheel suspension will provide your little one with a smooth ride. This is a great stroller for outdoor adventures. I think it’s a serious competition for the beloved City Mini GT. The Book Cross comes in three colors and is retail for around $499.
Here is a short video overview.
18. Peg Perego Pliko Mini Twin – $399
The Pliko Mini Twin is a double side-by-side new umbrella stroller from Peg Perego. This is a double version of their Pliko Mini model. Honestly, I’ve been never a huge fan of the Pliko Mini model because I found the maneuverability to be not so great compared to other umbrella models.
That being said, I am not sure how the Mini Twin handles the terrain since I was only testing it on a flat surface without any passengers. The quality of the Pliko Mini is also not very high in my opinion, but I hope it has been improved in the Pliko Twin.
Anyway, let’s talk about the features. The Pliko Mini Twin model has a lot of great things going on like adjustable handlebars, adjustable leg rests, and large canopies. Each seat has a deep one-hand lever recline that goes to almost a flat position suitable for a newborn. BTW, it does NOT have a travel system option. The seats are very roomy with plenty of room for an older toddler.
It has a very compact one-hand fold and a carry handle on the side for easy transportation. It also features an automatic lock and a standing fold. While the wheels are not very big only 5.5″, there are ball bearings in the front wheels and all-wheel suspension.
Here is a short overview video.
19. Babyhome Vida – $399
The Babyhome has introduced two new strollers at the ABC Kids Expo 2015 called Vida and Vida Plus. Both new models are upgraded versions of the beloved Emotion model. The Vida model is wider, taller, and has more features than Emotion.
It features a deeper recline suitable for a newborn, a larger canopy with an attachable sunvisor, slightly larger wheels, mesh windows on the side of the seat for better air circulation, and an adjustable handlebar.
They’ve also added an optional newborn nest as an accessory that you can put on top of the reclined seat to provide your baby with a bassinet-like environment.
All these upgrades increased the weight of the stroller from 13 lbs to 15 lbs. Just like Emotion, Vida can take an infant car seat which is very rare for such a lightweight stroller.
Parents will be happy to know that Vida also has a lot of the same features as Emotion like adjustable leg rest, large easy-to-access basket, all-wheel suspension, flip-fop-friendly brake, and compact fold. The maneuverability on Vida is OUTSTANDING!
The TPE (thermoplastic elastomer) tires glide on a flat surface. This is the same long-lasting material that is used to make skateboard wheels.
I think this is a great alternative to the umbrella stroller because it’s more compact, has a single handlebar that you can navigate with just one hand (as opposed to an umbrella stroller that has two handles), the basket is much larger and easier to access because there is no crossbar. Additionally, it can accommodate a car seat and remains very lightweight at only 15 lbs.
The only thing I would change about Vida is the price. You can get it in six colors with two different frame options for around $399. BTW, the Emotion is now on sale for only $250.
Here is a quick overview video of the new collection.
20. Babyhome Vida Plus – $599
The Babyhome Vida Plus is very similar to Vida but has a reversible seat that converts into the bassinet. How cool is that? This is the lightest full-featured reversible-seat stroller on the market right now. It weighs only 16 lbs.
Another cool feature that you don’t see every day is that when your child grows out of the reversible seat, you can purchase a regular seat like on Vida and attach it to the frame instead. This will take you right through the toddler years. It also has a travel system option with Nuna, Cybex, and Maxi-Cosi car seats.
The Vida Plus comes with an adjustable handlebar, large basket, all-wheel suspension, easy fold, included bumper bar, and flip-flop-friendly brake. While I think this reversible seat model is fantastic, there are also some drawbacks.
Because of the bassinet feature the seat does not have an adjustable legrest. This seat is also only 9″ wide which is much more narrow than average. The fold is not as compact as on the Vida and Emotion models. The canopy does not have a peekaboo window. This model comes in four colors and retails for around $599.
21. Muv Reis – $699
The Muv, a new company from Amsterdam, has recently entered the US market. At the ABC Kids Expo 2015, they presented two new strollers called Reis and Gaan. These two models looked very interesting to me because they combine functionality and style.
The European modern design stands out right away. And, I am not saying that there are no modern strollers in the US, but Europe has definitely more modern and innovative products.
The main difference between the two is the number of wheels. Reis rolls on four wheels while Gaan has only three. They both have a reversible seat and come with a bassinet. The Reis model rolls on four EVA foam tires with large 12″ wheels in the back and 9″ wheels in the front.
It has an all-wheel suspension, a huge basket with a cooler compartment, an adjustable handlebar, a huge canopy with six mesh windows, a flip-flop-friendly brake, and a deep one-hand recline.
Design wise it reminds me a lot of a UPPAbaby Vista. And since Vista is one of the most popular strollers on the US market, I think that Reis will also be a hit. You can get it now for around $699. It comes with a bumper bar, a cup holder, and a bassinet.
Here is a short overview video.
22. Muv Gaan – $689
Muv Gaan is a similar model to Reis, but it has three wheels. Everything else is pretty much the same. Just like Reis, it has a large canopy with six mesh windows, an adjustable handlebar with faux leather cover, a deep one-hand recline suitable for a newborn, a large basket with a built-in cooler compartment, a flip-flop-friendly brake, and an adjustable leg rest.
It rolls on three 10″ wheels, which, combined with all-wheel suspension, provide a smooth ride.
The included bassinet is always a great idea because you don’t need to worry about where to put your newborn and if your baby has been in the car seat for too long.
You can just put your newborn into the bassinet for a long nap or use it as an extra sleeping place at home. Gaan can also be turned into a travel system with Muv Kussen infant car seat or you can get a universal adapter and use it with the most popular brands.
Just like Reis Gaan is available now and comes with a bumper bar, cup holder, and bassinet. You can get it in one of the five colors for around $689.
23. Maxi-Cosi Adorra Travel System-$599
The Maxi-Cosi Adorra caught my eye when I was visiting the Maxi-Cosi booth. This is a new model with a reversible seat and good-sized wheels that looks stylish and are very practical, unlike some other Maxi-Cosi strollers.
It comes as a travel system with a matching Maxi-Cosi Mico Max infant car seat which is a wonderful car seat. I was impressed with the modern and sophisticated color combination of the frame and fabrics.
Adorra features a large canopy with a pop-out sunvisor, deep one-hand recline suitable for a newborn, removable machine-washable liner, adjustable leg rest, huge basket, and telescoping handlebar. It comes with a bumper bar.
There was not much information available about his model, but I tried to get as much as possible and took a lot of photos. The travel system retails for around $599 and comes with a bumper bar. Here is my full overview»
24. OXO Tot Cubby – $299
Known for their sippy cups and high chairs, Oxo surprised everybody by getting into the stroller market with two new models called Cubby and Cubby Plus. It was probably a very logical move since in only 5 years 25 babies were born to OXO’s 50 employees.
With so many little testers around, OXO had no problem coming up with the new stroller designs that are practical and stylish.
The OXO Tot Cubby is a lightweight stroller with a one-hand fold and tons of storage. Aside from a large basket, it has three other pockets and small essentials. The generous waterproof SPF 50+ canopy also has a large pop-out sunvisor and a large mesh peekaboo window.
It also features a flip-flop-friendly brake, compact fold, automatic lock, roomy seat with deep recline, and standing fold.
It weighs only 16 lbs which is going to be a serious competition for Britax B-Agile, Baby Jogger City Mini, and Mamas & Papas Armadillo. The OXO Tot Cubby is available in three colors and retails for around $299. You can also purchase a cup holder and a bumper bar separately.
25. OXO Tot Cubby Plus – $399
The OXO Tot Cubby Plus is an upgraded version of the Cubby. In addition to all of the great features of Cubby like a roomy seat with deep recline, huge canopy with pop-out sunvisor, flip-flop-friendly brake, and large basket, it also has an adjustable handlebar, adjustable leg rest, larger wheels, easily adjustable harness similar to car seat harness, front wheel suspension and upgraded fabrics.
All these great additional features increase the weight of Cubby Plus to 20 lbs vs Cubby which weighs only 17 lbs. It also has that compact one-hand fold with an automatic lock and standing fold.
This is a full-size stroller that could be your ONLY stroller. The Cubby Plus is a little more expensive retailing for around $399.
At this point, your head is probably spinning from all the new models and your job of picking a stroller just got a lot harder. Don’t worry. I am here to help you. If have a question or need help narrowing down your choices, let me know by using the comment box below and I will do my best to answer it as soon as I can.