We got the Omnipod through Cut-The-Cord for summer use. My daughter has been wearing it more than the Medtronic recently, though that is probably going to be changing due to the HORRIBLE customer service experiences when we have to call in failed pods. Last time I called, I was told that we only get hours credited for how much time was left on the failed pod and that when the hours add up to 3 days, then they'll replace a pod. Yesterday my daughter had TWO failed pods. I called them in this morning and was told they were expired and that I'm endangering the life of my child by having her wear expired medical devices. The box says 2015 05. There are still 9 more days in May. Their SYSTEM says they expired May 1st. How are we as parents supposed to know a date they don't give? And to accuse me of endangering my child's life is beyond low. Not only that, I'm tired of the HUGE amount of insulin loss that we're going through. Our buffer stockpile is disappearing at a rapid rate. Yesterday's failures alone equal at least 1/3 of a vial of insulin. We only get 4 vials per month. They have a system for replacing insulin, but when you learn the hoops, it doesn't cover people like us that get three months through mail order. Why should we have to have more hassles anyway because of a poor quality product? If you are considering purchasing a pump, the ONLY way I would ever get Omnipod is through Cut-The-Cord. I would NEVER want this as the solo pump.