Yeah, we had to head off before Thing2 'turned'.
Bullitt - it did have a long stem on it, but the cockpit was quite spacious for me anyway.
Which 'Christiania' guy? There's PSBikes, and there's also the Dutch CargoBikes ppl. They both had bakfietzen and christianias (and the Bullitt).
The Winther Kangaroo was the only one of the three-wheelers that I liked the handling of, personally. My opinion, (well, 'borrowed' from a forumer... Barefoot mebbie?) of the Taga hasn't changed. It truly does push like a bike, and ride like a pram. Still, I also realise it has 'a' market.
If I act my age, it'd probably be the Gazelle Cabby for me. If I act 21... the Bullitt. If I act like I can afford something, it'd be a CargoCycles.com.au LongHaul. No, actually, if I act 'real', it's keeping the one we have. The plus side, it didn't suck riding that one home. In fact, handling-wise, it had quite a bit going for it.