After struggling with insurance and being denied, all of a sudden our endo calls and says that he is approved to come in for the blind test of the CGMS! And that this will pave the way for insurance to pick up the CGMS in the future! I can't believe it! I am so excited sitting at my desk at work and busting out trying to find someone to say all this too. Of course they don't know about my son at work, so I have no one to tell! : ) So of course came right on here to announce it. My son going on 14 is not too keen on having yet another device stuck to him. He already has the Animas Pump and only sticks it in his pocket and is not wanting to wear it outside for all to see. So I know that he is not going to want the huge Dexcom pager on him as well. I would let him wear the pager at home and night and let him be "free" during the summer days out playing with friends and then just sync it up when he gets home. is that doable even? And I wonder when the Animas and Dexcom will make a product together that will work? They have some announcement about a partnering but don't know anything more. That is one of the reasons that I will be asking for the Dexcom so that we can keep our Animas pump. I invested to much supplies right now for the pump to go changing to mini-med. Thoughts, comments and advice very welcome!