I'm a mom who's very experienced with baby wraps and carriers. I use different kinds of wraps for different occasions. So I was excited to add this to my collection. I watched several tutorials up to 10 times and still couldn't get this to sit well. I just don't know what Im doing wrong to make this so inconvenient. The Moby video tutorial skips so many important details when showing how to thread the material thru the rings. Because the first three times I did it, the panels laid backward, not forward pulling. They don't show you how to do it efficiently. First off, the fabric will always bunch up in the rings no matter how many times you set it flat whenever you pull or loosen the panels. That's just a given. So the fabric will never be truly flat. Second, when your baby is in, and there's one side loose, you have to pull the opposite side to tighten it, but it does not! It will tighten around your hip and the rings will dig into your sides, but the panel under baby's butt will remain loose. This jersey type fabric does not work for rings. That's why ring slings always use more woven textures. The 3rd separate panel you have to put on yourself not only will get lost when you're on the go, but is basically useless because you won't put it on tight enough to actually provide security. It's just for show, to put the label in front for advertisement. No baby wrap should sell itself if the third layer of security isn't already built in. Overall, I never felt comfortable or secure having baby in this. An experienced baby wearing mama couldn't figure this out so I doubt any new person ever could .