Yeah, it’s a bummer that us Medicare customers aren’t allowed to use a phone as a receiver. I’m not 100% sure that I would use it on a regular basis until I saw how it impacted battery life, how “handy” it would be to see the numbers on my phone (my phone is in my pants pocket). My trust G5 receiver sits on my waistband on a swivel clip. I got a kit at Amazon with a “button” that attaches with ultra strong adhesive tape (industrial, thin crazy-strong tape) to a device, and then you slide the “button” into the swivel clip that attaches to one’s clothes. I can simply tilt the receiver a bit, push the button, and see my number. What would REALLY be cool is a watch (with good battery life, ahem) that shows the bg with nothing more than a flick of the wrist, like how my Samsung Gear 2 watch turns on it’s screen–just move my arm. No button pushes needed. I would even spend my soc sec money on a watch that could do that (my Gear 2 isn’t ever going to work with Dexcom–it runs on Tizen and has almost no useful apps that aren’t “baked” into the watch).