Well, my personal feeling is that it is going to be very successful. Perhaps not immediately out of the gate as the average waiting time for an appointment with an endocrinologist can be 6 – 9 weeks or MORE. Many doctors don’t have any direct experience yet with this new innovative drug (they will need to see it in action and get “real world” training on how to dose/prescribe it for their patients) but it will gather ongoing and amazing momentum as more people figure out this just isn’t your “dad’s old insulin”–it’s a brand new state-of-the-art “real-time” insulin. I believe the biggest surprise of all after the launch will be from the very vocal diabetic “naysayers” who, once they try it, will become the biggest proponents and best advocates for Afrezza. My experience says it’s definitely a “life changer” and my observation is you’ll never go back to your old regimen. Ever. One comparison I can think of is when I went from an old flip-phone where you used the numeric keypad to type in characters (and it took forever but you were comfortable using it), to getting todays brand-new smartphone–it really does change your life and how you manage things, and you would never want to go back to that old technology–that’s how it is/was for me when I was on my Novolog and Humalog. There may be someone out there with an old flip phone, so I can’t say Afrezza is for everybody, but look at how smartphones have been adopted over the years, and I think you’ll see the same exact thing occur here with Afrezza. As I think about it, the same situation happened to Kodak film in the 90’s when the technology went to electronic files–transition took time and some people still resisted because they were “used” to it, but you could see the writing on the wall. Afrezza is that kind of game changer–and no one else will have anything similar to offer diabetics for many, many years!