We tried the Omnipod for a few weeks and she doesn't like it as much as the Medtronic. She likes how the Medtronic is in her pocket so when she needs to bolus it isn't a hassle. With the Omnipod, if the PDM was in the car or upstairs, etc. it was too much extra effort to always go get it. I liked that I could bolus her from the PDM when she was feeling sick of it and at night it was nice because I didn't have to go searching under the covers for the pump to do a correction. I have to say, she's had better numbers with the Omnipod. I don't know if it's because her Minimed is old(sounds a little gritty when it rewinds) or just the way the Omnipod delivers and it's closer to her body. So, I need to send all my emails and get on the phone again to cancel the Omnipod and get going with our upgrade with Medtronic. I think the Animas has the bolus from the blood sugar checker capability, doesn't it? The though of going through all that again with another company is daunting to me.