Exciting stuff!! I have a question for those who defected to the Dexcom from the Medtronic CGM.... For me when choosing a pump, an integrated CGM is the must have right at the top of the list. A CGM because it's a tool I cannot now do without and integrated, because, unless it's attached to him, he WILL lose it. Our pump warranty runs out in March so I'm going shopping and now I have a choice!!! I'm pretty familiar with the Dexcom having been jealously reading about it for the last four years so I'm really just trying to get a sense of whether it's really worth switching pump companies for. For those long time Medtronic CGM users, any regrets after switching? Anything you really miss? Do you feel it's better at catching the lows? Oscar is in the throes of puberty so the real downer for the Vibe is the cartridge size - he's on up to 120 units of insulin a day so we would be using double the cartridges for a few years. I would be prepared to do this if the Dexcom will really give us that extra accuracy, louder alarms, not having to switch it out every 7 days and not getting a weak signal every time the pump moves to the other side of his body! I won't really miss the low suspend - Oscar had a seizure at 3am in the morning right before Christmas - the stupid pump didn't go into low suspend until after it was all over and done with and his blood sugar was back up - the low suspend threshold is set to 3.3 (59) - his BG was 2.0 (36). Anyway, I think it might be worth the switch - just wanted to hear from those that have already done it. Thanks.