Hi there ... I'm looking for feedback from others' experience. We are Canadian but lived in California for several years - while there my daughter (13) was lucky enough have her D care through Stanford Children's Hospital. When we started out, she was using Silhouette sites - but I eventually couldn't stand the screaming over site changes. Dr. Buckingham changed us over to Sure T's and we've been happy ever since. When we returned to Canada, our D nurse wanted us to change over to the Quick Set or MIO so that my daughter could do her own site changes. She won't do the Sure T's. We tried the Quick Set and had a terrible high from a kinked cannula (the pump doesn't alarm when this happens) complete with ketones and a lot of stress. So we quietly returned to the Sure T's. Last visit, the D nurse insisted we try MIO. So my daughter did one in the office and off we went. That night she had a terrible high (vomiting, tears - just awful!), ketones and we discovered a kinked cannula again. Back we went to the Sure T. Then the nurse INSISTED we try the MIO again because the Sure T's are OUTDATED technology (are they really?). So we tried again ... After several weeks of success, we had a terrible time two nights ago. Hideous. Ketones. In eight years of diabetes, my daughter has NEVER had ketones. But due to these sites which apparently don't work for her we've now done this to her. Has anyone had this experience? What is your view of Sure T's? I am just quietly going to continue with the Sure T's and fight the battle at the next appt. Or I may call her endo who is out of town but comes for clinics to find out her input. I'm totally upset about the obvious health ramifications - and what's worse, I feel like this nurse is not looking at the big picture and what will work best for us. Any help would be appreciated!