This article describes the results of a follow-up study of 14 paraplegic individuals who were fitted with the ARGO (Advanced Reciprocating Gait Orthosis--STEEPER) at least 1 year previously. It was found that 85% were still using the apparatus on a regular basis. The general satisfaction of the users was high, although the functional use was limited. Therapeutic reasons appeared to be the main reason for wearing the ARGO. The points that were most appreciated were the psychological and physiological benefits of standing and walking. Discussion with the users who were paraplegic provided valuable information concerning possible technical improvements to the ARGO.