Yes, it's simple and easy to use, but if you're looking for perfect suction, I suggest you try the Spectra S1 or S2. I currently use the Spectra even though I own a Medela as well and the spectra does a better job at emptying the breast.
I got this through my insurance with my second daughter and it was super simple! I had an avent pump before that my body stopped responding to and it started to go out after a couple months. Check with your insurance and see if your doctor will give you a prescription for a pump. The ones the pharmacy gives you are always hospital grade pumps. Bring it with you to the hospital and one of their lactation consultants can always explain it to you.
So easy! It's one simple dial that turns the pump on and you can adjust be speed as well. I was giving this one brought my insurance from the hospital we delivered at. It's an awesome pump and small so it's fairly easy to tote around. My only recommendation whether it be this pump or any other pump, have he suction checked out to make sure it's working properly . I had mine checked and it works great but I've heard of people who thought they weren't producing when it was really the pump not working to its best ability! Lots of hospital boutiques that sell pumps are able to test them for you. Good luck!