Just thinking about this lately...because my worst thing is often trusting my instincts with temp basals. Increased temp basals still just make me nervous. I always go too conservative...even if experience has told me that a certain food requires more. My other constant mess up is, I'll use a temp basal, then check him maybe 2 hours later and see a BG on the lower side, but not low..just good, and then get nervous and cancel the temp basal. Inevitably, I'll check him later and he'll be high. I KNOW I should have kept that temp basal on longer....but the lowish BG always gets me. I tend not to trust my own gut and experience that I know his bolus insulin has peaked and I need to keep that basal high for a while...I cave to the more immediate worry of a low. I just need to trust myself more. Also...I hardly ever use increased temp basals at night...but don't get nervous using a bolus correction. What is with that?? More insulin is more insulin! I think it's because I trust the pump to figure the bolus more than I trust myself to pick the proper temp basal. My best trait in managing D? I guess it's the emotional side of it. I think I do a pretty good job at keeping D on the back burner for my son as much as possible...and never let a "woe is me" attitude fester for too long. D management is as low maintenance and low fuss as we can make it...no big drama in daily management...no "this is ruining my life" kind of thing. So what do you guys do best? Carb counting? Fastest site changer? Psychic about your child's BGs? Great sick-day manager?? And what is your Achilles heel?