I was also able to sit in while a teenager had her CI remapped as well. She has a Cochlear device, and I've been curious of how other CI brands were programmed. Very interesting to see the differences in programming options/softwares. While the audiologist was going through each electrode, the teen had to count the beeps and report to the audiologist how many beeps she heard so the audie could make some adjustments if necessary. I don't have to do that with AB, and audie says those with MedEl don't have to count the beeps either. The softwares for AB and MedEl just automatically measures the responses and records them, but Cochlear's doesn't? I'm not too sure, I missed bits here and there. Still interesting anyway. Now, who has a MedEl implant so I can sit in on one of their sessions so I can see how things are done? Ha, kidding.
Anyhoo... Oh yeah! I ordered some skins from SkinIt for my processors last month! I ordered a couple for the Harmony, and one for the Neptune. Found a 40% discount code online so got 40% off on each skin ordered, which was nice. Took a while to check out all the different patterns and designs available on the site, but I finally narrowed them down to the three I chose. You could also add in your own custom graphics/colors/designs/patterns too instead of choosing one already available. Pretty neat!
the layout of the skins. definitely many more pieces just for the Neptune (including both the controller, and the waterproof cap).