This is correct. The only difference in the two pumps with respect to waterproofness (is that a word?) is that Animas markets their pumps as waterproof and Medtronic says, "Well, it's waterproof until your kid drops it on the floor a few times, and do you really want to be immersing a $6,000 piece of medical equipment that may or may not have cracks in it?" For me, the most important difference between the two pumps is the interface. I think it's much quicker to do anything on the MM pump, not only because there is a dedicated back button, but because of the nature of the bolus wizard. There is a dedicated bolus wizard button AND you don't need to dial up the dose at the end. I can see why people with toddlers on Animas like the Animas remote, because it does take quite a few more steps to bolus with the Animas than with MM. That being said, if the remote is your most important feature, I'd get an Omnipod. It is a full-functioning remote, whereas the Animas remote is much more limited.