Well I just upgraded our seat to a ISOFIX Maxi Combi, which is a dutch brand. It was originally marked at 18,000nt, but they are on special at the moment, at 15,900nt, I managed to get a one month old demonstrator model for 13,500nt so I was quite chuffed. The ISOFIX is great and doesn't put as many wrinkles in the leather seats as the old style seatbelt bolstered type. It also has better adjustment on the seating angle and the Maxi Combi is made from some nice material that is soft, durable and easy to clean and also very well designed and put together. It can also double in fixing by the car's own seatbelt instead of the ISOFIX in case one needs to move the seat from car to car, as some cars don't have the ISOFIX fitting. I really recommend this seat for any child up to 18kg and for any car with the ISOFIX child seat allowance. Most new VWs, Audis, some Toyotas and Mazdas, BMW, Merc, Skoda etc have this ISOFIX function and it will always be shown on the rear seats of the car by a tag or simple embossed onto the leather. Unfortunately most car sales persons I have enquired about the ISOFIX technology don't seem to know the first thing about it, and none of them were able to inform me of where these seats can be purchased or even how they are bolstered by the car's chassis or seat brackets. As far as I know there is just the one distributor at present which is at the address I posted above. They can help fit the seat for you which is simple to do and show you how to adjust it and take care of it. The other advantage with purchasing it straight from the distributor is that you may get a better deal than you will at the department store outlets and they are better trained in presenting the seat and it's fitting instructions.