As a few of you know, I have been having some pump issues with the Omnipod for the last month. I have had 7 PDM and Pod Alarms. The most recent alarm was yesterday evening, and it went off driving home from work. I had just put that Pod on just yesterday morning too. So it was a complete waste. The guy I spoke with just told me that the alarm I had was 'rare'(it was a different Ref # then all the static alarms I have gotten), but never gave a real great answer on why it alarmed. Just that it is a 'safety feature for me.' I think they are a little 'too safe' then . I do still like many aspects of the system...but it seems to be clashing with me lately, and it is quite frustrating. It has gone off at work, 20 minutes before I need to be at work, while I am sleeping, driving in the car, walking into the house etc. etc. Most have been static alarms, so I now travel with the PDM wrapped in a dryer sheet. I don't mind resetting the PDM, but then I lose communication to the Pod, and can't bolus from it. So I lose the Pod, and the insulin(I have wasted a whole lot of insulin this last month). My parents and I talked it over, and they agree I should at least look at the other pumps. Especially now that I have insurance, and we already know they will help towards one. The Animas Rep is coming tomorrow morning at 11, and MM's Rep is coming Friday at 10:30 . I hope to talk with Cozmo next week(they haven't called back yet). I see my Endo on Tuesday next week, and hope to discuss it with him as well. My top two is the Ping and the MM. My only really issue with the Cozmo is its design(the shape), but I know it is still a great pump so I want to look at it too. I really like the idea of the Ping, but I have heard of some issues with the remote. Obviously MM has been around, and a lot of the people at my D center have wanted me to go with MM since I started looking end of last year. I don't like that you have to use their infusion sets, though. I hope by having the Reps sitting in front of me, and talking one on one, I can really get a good opportunity to look at the systems(with the pump class I went to last year there were too many people to really talk to each Rep personally). I am not 100% switching, but there is definitely a chance I will. I guess the search begins, again!