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  • Youser - It is much more comfortable than her more reclined infant to toddler seat it ...

    My daughter loves this seat. She is 14 months old. It is much more comfortable than her more reclined infant to toddler seat it replaced. It is a bit large so depending on your car it may be a bit tight. We have a 2011 Ford Escape. The seat fits fine front facing. In the rear facing direction it currently needs to be in it also fits well. The only issue is that the door opening makes accessing the seat a little tight. I imagine most compact suv type vehicles will be a little tight to access when rear facing due to the typical structural components. Other than that seems secure and safe.

  • Vikki Johnson - and simple is good when putting an Access db together

    I knew nothing about Access when I ordered this book. Thankfully, The Missing Manual was very helpful to me in getting an employee database set up. The manual reads very simply, and simple is good when putting an Access db together!!!! I am still using it to further the front size ease of use by setting up the more complicated work on the backside. Step by step directions made it much easier to understand. Useful to cherry pick exactly what I needed to understand and how to make that happen. don't let the large number of pages scare you - it has lots of good information set out in boxes and bullets, taking up more room. White space in a technical manual is a good thing! I am very happy I bought this book and will continue to use it as long as I am working in Access.

  • hensleya1 - Works but plastic cased relay a negative in my book

    Works but because the relay has a plastic case, if you have them energized for a long period, an hour or so, they get hot and melt. The circuit I have this on is less than the rated capacity and properly grounded.