Omnipod would not be my first choice in a pump, mainly because it does not keep track of food boluses in insulin on board, only tracks correction boluses. Since Novolog lasts four and-a-half hours, my niece needs to track her meal boluses. Also there was an issue with bad pods (they have resolved the issue) but there were pod failures over a four-month period, I think. The pods are now manufactured in China; not thrilled about that. Do love the design and wireless feature, but, again, the profile of what would be on her body – Omnipod, to me, looks too large and egg-shaped. Height of pod too high (they are reducing the size of the pods and will release the smaller pods shortly). Yes, our pump is larger, but the part that goes on her body (infusion set) is smalll. Those are just personal opinions. A lot of kids wear the Omni-Pod and love it. I have read very few complaints about the Omni-Pod and I’m sure it’s a good pump. Everyone has their own reasons for chosing a specific brand. P.S. I am thrilled with the new Solo micropump by Medingo, but it is not yet on the market. Will be soon. Thin and small profile, I think (have yet to see an actual Solo pump). Minimed is also going to release a tubeless pump, but who knows when they will release it.