We have an issue going on with the insurance company, I just want to throw this line of reasoning out to make sure I'm not way off base. Please speak up if you think I am... Our pumps (most) have a 4 year warranty from the manufacturer, and thus, our insurance companies (most) allow for the purchase of a new pump after that warranty period of 4 years is up. Compare that to the warranty and coverage of a CGMS transmitter. With Medtronic, the warranty on the transmitter is 6 months. Would it not follow, then, that the insurance benefit would provide for a new transmitter after that warranty period is up, 6 months, like they do with pumps? From what I can tell (things are sketchy since the CGMS benefit is so new) our insurance benefit for the CGMS transmitter is replacement after 1 year. Am I right in wondering why the benefit for the pump and benefit for the transmitter do not quite line up? Thanks in advance for your perspective.