A lot of people have been giving good advice already about how a pump is a personal decision. I too am on a minimed paradigm. Originally I was with cozmo, but I ended up having an issue with them so I switched about 3 years ago to my current pump. I haven't had a single issue or recall for that matter with this pump.
I know the main benefit of the omnipod is that it is tubeless. I just wanted to add though that a tube isn't as bad as it seems. I was very hesitant to get a pump because of the tube (when I originally looked at pumps, the omnipod wasn't around). However, I can tell you that for the past six years, the tube has been less of an issue than I first thought. Occasionally I will wake up tangled in my tubing if I tossed and turned in my sleep. Very infrequently I will get it caught on a door handle or something if I didn't tuck it in. One time one of my friends cut the tubing with a scissor while I was looking the other way, because she thought it was a string hanging from my shirt. Really though, for the most part, the tube is hardly noticeable.
I would suggest talking with a pump educator and trying a few out. Generally they allow you to take a pump for a "test drive" where you try it out for a few days before you decide. Good luck in deciding.