We currently have Humana Walmart as our drug plan. It really seems that they don't pay much for any prescription we might get. A number of months ago, my wife needed a prescription nasal spray for some type of infection. Her doctor gave her a prescription, but it was a "name brand" that Humana wouldn't pay anything for. The generic one, Humana would only pay $10/ The pharmacist told us the name brand spray was much better, so we got that one. We ended up paying $80 for a small bottle of nasal spray, but it sure worked. For my future cataract surgery, I will need three different eye drops to use after the surgery. Humana will pay nearly nothing, which will leave us with paying around $400 or so for each. The drops are a requirement for the post-surgery care. So, we are really considering changing our drug plan and I've read some about Medicare D. Both of us already have regular Medicare A and B (Hospital (A) and Medical (B). Our Humana Walmart costs us each $17.50 per month. But, all of my prescriptions come from the VA and my wife's only prescription comes from a local grocery store pharmacy and it's free. But, if I have to see a doctor outside the VA, which could definitely happen, I'd have to get any prescription thru the Humana Drug Plan. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.