I use hormonal birth control. I still get my period, just less frequently. I love my menstrual cup and don't think I could go back to pads or tampons.
It's a bit tricky to insert at first, but I got used to it after using it a few times. Lube helps. I haven't experienced leakage. You have to be kind of careful when removing the cup so as to not spill blood over the floor, but it's not too hard.
You don't have to empty it as often as you'd have to change a tampon, and it doesn't dry you out like tampons do. It can be annoying if you have really heavy flow as then you may have to take it out and wash it more often, which can be awkward in public bathrooms. You could always do it in the stall with some wet wipes, a bit of wet toilet paper or a bottle of water though.
It is recommended that you boil it at the end of your period which is a little more work, but overall the cup saves you a lot of money and you aren't left worrying about whether or not you have pads or tampons on hand.
Some people are kind of iffy about seeing their blood collected like that, but I have no problems with it. My cup is a bit stained, but that also does't bother me much. Baking soda makes it a little cleaner.