Why oh why did we not get this earlier?? I don't know. I have learned so much in the last 4 days alone. Yesterday my son got a correction before getting on the bus (not something I like to do, but he was over 300). Came home to the sitter, checked and was 129. Fifteen minutes later, they were playing outside and he was hanging upside down in a tree when dex alarmed low - finger stick and he was 60. He is good at feeling his lows if he is standing on his feet, but not so great hanging upside down in a tree I have a few questions I was hoping more experienced users could help me with - - When we download the data into a report, it shows him as high almost all the time, because it considers anything over 130 to be high. For my 8 year old, his range is 80-180. How can I change that range so I can look at the numbers more accurately? - How do your young kids carry dex around? We just started on the pump, and the spibelt has worked well for that. Dex fits in there, too, but he says it is too bulky and he does not like the way it sticks out of his shirt. I suggested a lanyard but he said he does not want to wear one everyday. I am loving having the dex, so I am trying to come up with a way to make it easy so he doesn't resist carrying it. We have a double spibelt, but dex is too long to fit in there. He could put it in his pocket, but I have a feeling it would get lost. Thanks!