Up until this point, we've been back carrying with a SSC (hip level seat), which means baby can only see by turning her head left and right. With a high back carry, she can now see over our shoulders and look forward. The carrier is comfortable, but it'll take a while to strengthen the muscles used to hold her weight (I'm used to the SSC, where the weight sits on your hips). The Paisley pattern is beautiful and suitable for my husband to use, too, without flaunting the daddy babywearing.
I have a few negative comments, though. The carrier comes with an instruction book, but the detailed instructions are difficult to find online without buying a PDF version. I've received questions about whether or not the straps need to be re-threaded because they look flipped, but so far, don't know the real answer to that. Lastly, the giant warning labels gets in the way of ensuring a deep seat. It doesn't prevent a deep seat; it's just annoying.