Two years ago I purchased the simple All Around Wagon, which had flip seats, a door that opens/closes and cup holders. So the boys could now ride in comfort, with their drinks to keep them cool, as one parent pulled them while the other parent pulled the caddy. It was SO MUCH EASIER and I wish I did it the previous years, as well. This past year, though, I was wishing our wagon had a canopy to keep the boys covered during the walk. We do our best to keep them protected from UV rays and this would be additional protection, plus keep them from being overheated during the walk. Step2 has a Canopy Cruise Wagon that offers that extra shade for additional protection and comfort. The Canopy Cruise Wagon has a few different features then the All Around Wagon. The most notable is that the Canopy Cruise Wagon has the canopy while the All Around Wagon has the door and under-seat storage capabilities. The Canopy Cruise Wagon does offer dual cup holders on one side, while the other side can hold toys, juice boxes, sunglasses, etc. The Canopy is removable and if you want to store the wagon, the long handle folds under the wagon to help make it more compact. It's actually hard to decide which wagon I favor more. The wagon can easily hold two 4 year olds. I use mine to pull a 6 year old and a 4 year old, but my 6 year old is smaller than my 4 year old. :smile: Once your child is 50 pounds, they would probably require more leg room and need to ride solo in a wagon or just have to walk. TheMomBuzz received a Canopy Cruise Wagon for review. Erin T. of theMomBuz purchased the All Around Wagon on her own.