Hi pump users Four days ago, by choice, I changed to an Omnipod Dash pump system after 4 years of using a Medtronic 640G. I am now on my second Pod after having completed 4 days of use and have to say that so far I am extremely pleased I have made the change. I had got really fed up with the irritation of the tube getting in the way and having to remove the pump from my belt just to enter carbo and BG figures manually - many times a day. And even if I had changed to a GCM system (either open or closed loop) I would still have had to enter the carbo figures manually and would need to find yet another site on my abdomen for the sensor, as well as needing to do finger prick tests. Plus there are a whole host of other reasons for wishing to make the change, which I embarked upon after researching all possible options. I have also been using a Freestyle Libre flash glucose monitoring system for 5 years and find that it gives pretty good accuracy these days and is very easy to use with the Dash system, albeit requiring manual, but simple, inputs. The Omnipod and Libre are controlled entirely from a handset and iPhone (for the Libre) without needing to access either of them physically - i.e. massive flexibility. And the Libre is (very soon) to be available on prescription as Libre 2 and later this year Libre 3 should become a game changer (massive improvement) when it becomes licensed in the UK. BG control seems to be extremely good, whereas I found with the Medtronic it was good provided the infusion set was not tugged accidentally, or no bubbles had formed in the reservoir. I know it is early days to make claims for the Omnipod but right now I feel positive that it was an excellent move. So I would really like to hear from anyone else who has gone over to the Omnipod system so that we can exchange experiences and ideas on such things as to how best to do simple things like drawing down insulin into a syringe, which is something new for me.