I'm curious as to the preference on the board, regarding software vs equipment.
In other words, should I let the equipment, drive my equipment options?
I currently have (2) "bricks" I've used for a couple of years, one at my home, another at my home in Florida. I think I should probably upgrade.
I'm considering the IntelliPAP AutoAdjust Travel CPAP with AutoFlex and the DreamStation AutoCPAP. Apparently the SleepyHead Software doesn't work with the DreamStation and wondering if that should drive me towards the IntelliPAP. My interest in the DreamStation is primarily driven by it's size and reputation.
I'm of course, open to any other suggestions experienced users might have.
To provide some background:
I've been using bricks for about 4 years, as a result of a Sleep Study, arranged by my Primary Physicians. As many on this board have found, most Primary Care Physicians aren't very helpful or vigilant with SA, after turning a patient over to a DME provider ... who are even less helpful.
I've had no problem adjusting to using a machine and have since day one, used a machine every day. Unfortunately, having a brick, I'm not able to determine how effectively my machines are working. All I really know, is I generally seem to sleep OK and haven't snored since I started using a machine. I suspect there's more to know, than simply determining the snoring has stopped.