Thanks to you good people:
1) I knew what to expect and how to prepare for the study.
2) Knew the questions to ask my Dr. and make my request for a good machine.
3) Learned the horrors of the DME industry.
4) Learned what I should verify with my insurance.
I was able to get the equipment I wanted, in a very timely manner, from an on-line supplier who worked with my insurance company. Saved a lot of time, hassle, and money.
Learned how to set it up, get the software I would need to make the best of my treatment, and what to expect when I started sleeping with a machine.
I now feel better, feel in control, and feel very thankful.
I wish you all of you a good sleep, happy breathing, a long life.
As I gain more experiance, I will share what I have learned, joining others in helping newcomers meet this condition.
Thank you, DWALDMAN