Good product, but a little harder and more time consuming to mix than Enfacare (by enfamil). We have twins and our son likes Enfacare better, he doesnt get constapated with it. Our daughter on the other hand has reflux and Enfacare seems to exacerbate her reflux so we give her Simulac Neosure, she doesnt have the constapation issue with Simulac Neosure either like her brother. My theory is that Simulac seems to be a bit thicker which seems to help with keeping the milk down, I think thats why its harder to dissolve and stir (Just my theory though). All in all both are good products, maybe buy one or two cans before you buy a case. Each kid is different and will not respond to the same formula the same way. Tip: Store about 1 gallon of cold water in your fridge, Mix up as much as your kid is going to drink in a day all in one shot and store in Evenflow 8oz glass bottles in your fridge (They sell caps at babiesrus for them). You can mix it in a small flat bottom stainless pot with a $20 hand blender pretty fast. I can mix one days worth of formula for my daughter and son in about 10min. The glass bottles are fairly conpact, inexpensive and portable with ice packs and it cuts down on the amount of washing of small containers you have to do.