Of course my top priorities are my son's near-term safety and doing our best with his BG management for his long-term health. While not nearly as important, there's other stuff I think about too. One of these is scarring. I've read that MDI causes the most scarring, then I turn around and read the exact opposite. I just have no idea. Maybe the answer is, "it just varies so much from child to child". But I guess I'm just wondering what your experiences have been with MDI, pumps and CGMs as it relates to scarring, both aesthetically and regarding site effectiveness. Is it just another one of those unavoidable byproducts of T1D? Or maybe not. Is one insulin delivery technique less scarring prone than the other? Are advances in technology (smaller needles) making a difference? Thanks for sharing.