Apparently, it is no longer possible to get a stand-alone pump from Medtronic if you are Type 1. You have to get the system with Enlite, because the 530G is not approved as a stand-alone. So my son, who has a 4 year old Minimed now out of warranty, can't get a replacement pump without getting this whole new system. I'm sure that if our insurance pays for the Medtronic system, they'll no longer pay for Dexcom supplies or any new Dexcom systems that come out. I think it's really an insensitive move on Medtronic's part. It seems much more geared towards making them more money and less about caring about patient needs. Their patient population is definitely not a one-size-fits-all. All these T1D kids (and adults!) need to do what works best for them, and to deny them your pump just because they don't want to use your sensor? I think it's wrong. Luckily, we do still have choices, so we'll be looking into a different pump company when my son decides it's time for a new one. So I guess we won't get to use Medtronic's upgrade program either! Disappointing.