I tend to have two views on this subject. And I'm just wondering about the perspective of others. The first one being, and seems to have made sense during my rough periods, that if I will not complete task such as testing and bolusing on the pump why would I do it on shots. Just because the pump simplifies all the processes that it would take having shots (calculating and actually drawing up the insulin). So with that perspective it makes no sense to remove the pump. And it leads to the question, what are you going to do if the person doesn't comply with shots? But then I start to think about the other diabetics that I knew in high school and realize that there are certain grounds on which a pump is not in the best interest. Mainly, if the PWD is not testing and the pump malfunctions/bad site how would the PWD ever know before it reached the point of vomiting, large ketones, DKA, and ER visits? Maybe after seeing peers go into DKA because of carelessness regarding to diabetes task, once on the pump, I have formed this perspective. But is there a time where you would support an endo's or CDE's threat to remove them from a pump? What behavior would warrant such a decision?