Is there an Ikea nearby?
Great for cribs and lots more. Best place to get cheap baby furniture hands down.
Avoid Graco. They're everywhere, they look perfectly decent, their prices are good, but they get a LOT of recalls. (For a while, I kept up to date on a few recall lists.) (In case it's not obvious, they have a lot of safety issues -- they sell something, it turns out that a defect causes injuries or worse, they recall it.) They have a few subsidiary brands, too (forget the names just now), avoid them too.
We had a Combi stroller and were really pleased with it. Peg Perego is supposed to be great, but is really expensive. Combi is more reasonably priced and we abused it for more than three years, when we stopped using it because sozlet was too big it was still working fine.
Have to check the brand of car seat, I forget, we really like it though. Remember that you'll need two kinds, rear-facing to (20 pounds?) and then front-facing.
Diaper change rack? Do you mean changing table? There's also the.. uh... what IS it called? The pad thing...
Yeah, "contoured changing pad." DEFINITELY worth it. Great for keeping wriggly baby coralled. That part is most important, can put it on kitchen counter or whatever, but there are a lot of benefits to having a changing table. Can keep all the stuff right there (not just diapers but wipes, diaper cream, etc.), and when she was going through super wiggly distracted periods I hung a mobile over it, etc.
Baby Bjorn is highly recommended.
If you'll be breastfeeding, actually even if not, a Boppy is highly recommended. I was more grateful for that thing than for any other single baby item in her first 9 months or so.
Will kep thinking.