Maya Wrap (Ring Sling):
In my research of babywearing, I discovered that a lot of people really love ring slings. The idea seemed attractive. It was reported that they were easy to use, easy to nurse in, and fit compactly in the diaper bag. Only the last of those was true for me. I had a terrible time getting a good fit. Surprisingly, I found the Moby much, much easier and quicker to put on because of all the fumbling I had to do with the ring sling to get a good fit. It also was not as comfortable since there is only support on one shoulder. This was not the carrier for us.
Infantino EcoSash Mei Tei:
This style of carrier is a blend between a wrap and a soft structured carrier (like the Ergo). There is one piece of rectangular fabric, with waist and shoulder straps that you tie in order to secure the child in the carrier. You can see a picture of this carrier here:
As a carrier, I like this okay. I got it on super sale off the zulily site. I like keeping it inside in case the ergo is in the car and Noelle is very fussy and needs to be held. Thankfully, that does not happen too often. The straps are too cumbersome to use on the go since they will fall to the floor when tying it. It is not the most customizable style of mei tei out there. It's also does not come from the most reputable brand as far as babywearing goes. I think I would probably like the BabyHawk Mei Tei better, but chose this one due to the significant cost savings. This was a good choice for us, since the Ergo really is our go-to carrier. It did come in handy when Noelle was much smaller to do a high back carry (before she could go on the back in the Ergo). If you are wondering how on earth you strap a child to your back in the first place, you can see BOTH Phil and I accomplish this (EASY) task in my vlog post:
I hope this post was helpful if you are looking to wear your baby!