Artificial pancreas technology is here, and it’s here to stay. We still have work to do, though. We need to make it available, accessible, and affordable to every person with diabetes who wants it. We have to make sure that this tech is flexible enough for people to use in the real world and to achieve the best possible outcomes. We also need to make sure that it’s not burdensome for everyday use, and that it works for people who are recently diagnosed with diabetes as well as those with a deeper, longer background of living with diabetes. There are tradeoffs that individuals should be able to make, choosing between their behaviors and the number and type of interactions they have with such a system. And we should have interoperability, so someone can choose the best algorithm, CGM, pump body, and controller type for them.