I took the kid to the park yesterday (my wife's been away for a conference, and I've been flying solo), and we played in Sheep's Meadow, which, on a weekday afternoon, should be renamed Baby's Meadow.
The kid didn't freak out over all the grass, but I started going into seizures over all the gear on parade: There were more Frogs than at the end of Magnolia, most pushed by sitters, and a lot of Macs, of course. (I'd say Maclarens still outnumber Bugaboos 5:3 on the Upper East and West Sides.)
One mom was doing laps with a new Xplory, then she parked next to us. (Maybe I don't get out much, but I've only seen a handful in the wild. Had both storage bags stuffed. Said the Baby Bag/bassinet was on order.)
A British couple was driving a Zapp. (The first I've seen stateside. It really stands out.)
One thing that brought people together, though, was the Skiphop. It was easily the single most popular diaper bag around; most people had it hanging from the stroller handlebars where its slim profile almost disappears. There weren't that many solo dads, but it seemed like easily half the dads had one. Who knew? Like I said, I don't get out much.