I wear the Omnipod - and gosh, that first day not having to clip my old tubing pump to my waist was liberating!! I could pee without worrying I was knocking it off my waistband when I pulled down my pants. I could wear dresses and skirts without struggling to find a secure place for my pump (bra never worked well for me, thanks to size A cups! Thanks, Mom). Sure, the Omnipod does poke out a bit, or if I wear it on my arm with short sleeves I get a few stares. But after 15 years with diabetes, my health/sanity is so much more important to me than what other people notice on my body! There are some who are curious enough to ask what it is, and this usually turns into a pleasant learning and advocacy experience where I can explain that this pod keeps me alive (and occasionally explain that, no, I didn't get T1 diabetes because I ate too much sugar as a kid). I would have to be dragged back to using a tubing pump kicking and screaming! But it's whatever works for you - and I'll also add that it took about 10-12 years for me to feel confident enough wear my Omnipod proudly. Feeling comfortable enough in your own skin and your own diabetes to put a medical device on display in today's judgemental world definitely isn't something that happens overnight, or ever for some people. Whatever works for you is what works best to keep you MENTALLY and physically healthy!