I can’t answer your question but I can tell you what my experience has been with Medtronic 530G vs Dexcom G5 + Omnipod.
I was using Medtronic and the Enlite sensor seemed wonderful but I got frustrated with the pump tubing getting caught on everything (I have two small children).
I wanted to switch to Omnipod and so there would no longer be any benefit to staying with Enlite if my pump was changing. I decided to switch to Dexcom after participating in a market research group with other T1Ds and hearing them rave about the difference between the two.
The difference is AMAZING in my case. The tracking is SPOT ON. When I calibrate it’s more like 5 points off instead of 20 or 30 or 40 off. The FDA has recently approved dosing based off the reading of your Dexcom sensor. I don’t know if the same can be said about Enlite - that’s something to look up.
I also have no idea what the new Medtronic system is like, as I was on the 530G. I just figured you’re wanting a collection of others’ experiences so I thought I’d share mine.
Most importantly though, check with your doctor and insurance!