I have my 2 year old behind the passenger seat and my newborn in his capsule behind the drivers seat.
I can't see the baby in the capsule no matter where he's sitting so that wasnt a factor for me. Having DS1 behind the passengers seat means I can see him by turning around in the drivers seat, and pass him things more easily etc.
When DS2 eventually moves to forward facing, we'll change seat positions so that DS2 is behind the passenger seat, for me to see him more easily, DS1 will be well over 3 by then so happier for him to be behind me.
This is how DS1 gets in and out of the car if I want him going in the drivers side for some reason.
QUOTE (Lynken @ 14/04/2012, 10:23 AM)
I would open the passenger door and DD would climb up through the "tunnel" (the footwell under where the rearfacing seat met the back of the front passenger seat). She could climb into her seat and put her arms in her straps so all I had to do was buckle her up.