There are a ton of great Hagaddah’s out there.
I’ll tell you what we use in our family.
My kids like to use the ones with the best pictures. Gadi Pollack has some awesome artwork in the Haggadah.
My husband uses Guidelines Pesach Haggadah by Rabbi Barclay and Rabbi Yaeger. It has the halachos in there directly how to conduct the sedar and shows lifesize pictures of the size of lettuce, so you can measure to the photo on the page. Also tells exact amounts of matzo and other halachos.
I like to use the Artscroll Haggadah. It has some nice commentary on there. (I also like to read Let My Nation Go this time of year to get some good storyline background)
My oldest son prefers a Hebrew Haggadah. It’s a simple one, with no photos.
We do our sedar in English and Hebrew, it flip flops.
It’s really an awesome holiday. Sedar night is so exciting with the kids. My kids love hearing and telling the stories. It’s really all about the kids. And by the time everyone is singing “echad mi yodeah…” I’m on the couch half asleep from all the hype. Somehow all my kids seem to be able to stay up to 3 or 4 am that night, even the little ones.