...and it's going very well! The CGM is quite accurate and has been since it first was calibrated. This is even though it only got the first calibration BG and then no other calibrations for quite awhile because his BG went nuts, and we were told not to calibrate if BG wasn't very stable. First he went low and stayed low for awhile and I think it was because he still had residual basal coming in from his Animas pump site even though it was removed. I think there must have still been a pool of insulin there. After the low was OVER treated and then guessing badly at the dinner carbs, he went sky high and then stayed high most of the night even with corrections. Today has been better but there have still been highs and lows but it's no fault of the pump or CGM. It's just been a bad day of eating. He's already been to two Halloween parties and there is some candy involved. Today he figured out how to do a temp basal and stopped a climbing BG in its tracks. Then dropped too far. Then ate pizza and forgot to ever bolus for it. Now he's got two arrows up and another temp basal going. But he loves the pump and CGM! He says "Dad we have to buy this!" The insertion of the Sure T and the CGM site were not painful for him at all. The CGM site is on his butt. They used numbing cream. Anyway, without going into detail, the pump is just pretty dang cool with many great features. Unless something changes I think we will be making the switch to Medtronic very soon.