Hello folks, Just got back from my last business trip and wanted to give an update. So far no word from Abbott but interestingly enough an email (to my private email?) from a lawyer who claimed to be gathering information for a potential class action on this very matter. According to this person, the letter that Abbott sends out requests that all unused sensors be returned for a refund (yada yada yada) and that the letter constitutes a binding contract in various states. Well I'm not a lawyer and have never been a litigious person but if the lawyers are sniffing out Navigator users with similar problems, I'm thinking someone at Abbott screwed up. Regardless, I've blocked this guy from sending me email. I'll continue in hopes that Abbott will honor their offer. And don't worry folks, even if Abbott had to pay out millions of dollars in a class action, it won't halt development of their CGM. They have to produce competing products so as not to loose market share in CGM's and the test strips they use. If anything, it would ensure a boost in quality and supply to prevent future actions.