I've had a weird and totally new Omnipod fill issue over the past week. As we were instructed by our Insulet rep at pump start two years ago, after drawing up insulin, if there are any bubbles I tap the syringe to dissipate them. Well, once last week and then three (!!!) times last night, either during or after the tapping routine, the side of the syringe split open and sprayed insulin everywhere. So we've now lost about half a bottle of insulin to this phenomenon, after two years of never having had this happen a single time. Has anyone else experienced this? I'm wondering if Insulin's new smaller syringes are less sturdy? (But we've been using the smaller ones for a few months now with no issues.) Last night was so wonky that I had my husband watch my final successful pod fill, and he said that I do tap the syringe harder than he does, so user error might be partly at play here. However, DH also did say that he's seen some hairline cracks on syringes he's used in recent weeks also. So now we're wondering if we either just have a bad lot of syringes, or if Insulet's new syringes are just more delicate, or if I'm guilty of over-aggressive bubble policing? Last night was so absurd that I'm ready to turn over all pod changing duties to my husband!!