Does anyone use the ConvaTec Natura Moldable Skin Barrier wafer? I requested samples of it from their website. I am always on the look out for something that will make my life easier. Here is what I have to say about it... The hole is a lot smaller, and you don't cut it you mold it around your stoma. I just tried it this morning when I changed my bag. I have a thought that it is stopping my stoma from fully outputting. From 6:40am when I put it on to 5pm at night my stoma only outputted 200cc. His normal average by 5 is 1,200cc. I looked at my stoma and it is still rosy red so it isn't being suffocated, but I am not sure why it is only putting out a little. I have been eating like normal all day. Usually 2 to 3 hours after I eat there is output. The other comments I have about this product is that the part you attach the bag to, I find, hard to attach the bag onto because it is smaller then I am used to and the snap into place is more ridged. The wafer and bag I normally use has a larger and more flexable piece you attach the bag to. My final comment on this bag has to do with the opening where you let the output out at the bottom of the bag. My ones I normally use have a firmer piece of plastic all the way around the opening. It is easy to pop it open and get all the output out. This Natura one has a firm piece of plastic going half the way around and flimsy plastic on the other side. It is hard to get it open and when I went to empty it the plastic kind of burped and poop sprayed all over. I also found that I could not get all of the bag emptied out. I am not promoting or not promoting this versus Hollister products but I have found my Hollister products more suitable for me. I was just wondering what other people use and what they like. What features do you look for when choosing the right bag/wafer for you? Do others here try out other bags just to see if they work better or do you stick to what you know?