Hello All, I am due to get a new insulin pump. I have currently been a Medtronic Minimed Revel user for five years. I am happy with this pump, it is easy to use and customer service is easy to get in touch with. I have used the CGM that came with it and wasn't in love with it (although didn't necessarily hate it as well). I have to say the site was annoying and bulky, which was one thing that deterred me from using it and also the accuracy was sometimes questionable, which made me had to check frequently to make sure my CGM wasn't off. I kind of figured that defeated the purpose of CGM and did not wear it. However, I do think I would benefit from the CGM and was recommended to try the Dexcom by a nurse. We could not set it up due to me having to go out of state for an internship, but now that I am due for a new pump and Minimed has its new pump, I almost ordered the 530G with Enlite. But I want to do research before going ahead with this pump. I am currently in the process of setting up an appointment with my clinic to test out the Dexcom for 7 days. What I liked most about Dexcom is the integration with the iPhone, etc. However, I see that Medtronic will be doing this too with a bluetooth sensor. It would be cool to have all the data-from my blood sugar testing, to CGM + insulin pump basal/boluses all under one setting. With that said, I'm wondering if anybody here has personal experiences they may want to offer with Minimed + CGM. I may also consider the Animas One Touch Ping as well.