Yes, another meal iob question for the new Omnipod. We need a "beating a dead horse" smilie. Just started on the new omnipod after being on the old for four years. Had no issue with the way iob was calculated on the old, and even have come to appreciate the information aspect of the meal iob on the new. However, that's where the love ends. I am doing a side by side comparison with the old and new to check it out. I'm using an expired old pod filled with water sitting on the counter and a new insulin filled pod on ds. All settings are the same. Everything was fine and all bolus deliveries were the same until ds had a bg of 272 two hours post meal and I tried to correct. Our dia is currently set to 3hrs. Old pdm suggested a correction of 1.65 but new pdm suggested only .80 due to .85 meal iob. The high was caused because his pod was wrapped too tightly with vet wrap for swimming, not the meal (used a meal that I KNOW affects him a certain way), so I knew he needed the full 1.65 and we just increased the bolus using the "?" screen. So, my question is...is this the work around that others are using? Is there another way? I don't want to lessen dia because I don't want to double dip on true corrections, but I'd like that meal iob outta there! Is there some other setting I should adjust?