She was long and skinny, so it took forever to hit the 22lb limit. If you are used to having bigger babies, it might be a gamble! The Mico is light [one of thee lightest on the market] so it was very easy to carry. I wish the handle was padded, but the curve is comfy & you can get a Padilily
if you find it too hard. I've seen a Prezi in person, but haven't played with it much. It's a deep seat & seemed to have plenty of room, especially once you remove the infant wedge.
The Prezi is compatible with anything that takes a Mico! So that should help. You can't really use a board on the Zapp because of the chassis, the Lascal is the only one that would fit & it looks awful on the Quinny's.
The Buzz has a nice cushy seat and everything is adjustable...canopy height, footrest, handle bar etc. and the price is reasonable [especially since the car seat adapters are included]! The problem for me was the folding can be a pain, I struggled with ours. There is no front suspension so it's not great on anything that's not paved. The underbasket is shallow and didn't hold much. It's also heavy & on the wider side!
The Bee Plus is by far my most favorite stroller, if I had to get rid of everything but 1...that's what I would keep.