Emma has been on the Animas 2020 and then the Animas ping since she started pumping in Sept 2007 - 6 months after diagnosis. We are long out of warranty but the pump has been working, so we haven't bothered to worry. But now her screen is starting to peel so we called to get a new one. Nurse recommended that we come to their pump night and look at the pumps again, just to make sure that this is the pump we want to stick with. We like the Ping. We REALLY like the meter that can operate the pump. She rarely pulls it out because of that, and easily wears it under a leotard in dance class or under dresses, etc. She grimaced when I mentioned the POD - doesn't seem to have any interest in that. She also said she'd rather not change infusion sets to one that might hurt more, but from what I understand, we shouldn't have to change regardless of which tubed pump we went with. So, has anyone here changed FROM the Ping to a pump and if so, why? Has anyone moved from another pump to the t:slim. I saw someone with it recently and it LOOKED neat - I don't know how it operates. We don't mind the button pushing with the Animas, so I doubt that's a show stopper. But the ability to set different ISFs at different times of day is critical - how many different time periods of basal rates she can have will be important (hers changes all daggone day). The IOB calculation should work pretty close to the Animas as that is working for us very well. We rarely to never use a combo bolus - even on pasta or pizza, so how those work won't be a big consideration for us. We use the G4 and potential future integration is always a bonus but not a showstopper since who knows when that will happen. So, calling experienced pumpers who changed, or considered changing, and wanted to know what you thought. We go to pump night in 2 weeks to look at them!