I've had a MUCH better day on Apidra today. My basals seem marginally too low (I'm running at 115%) but not as bad as it seemed last night. I had cereal for breakfast (Weetabix with milk, so not the real sugary stuff) and where I'd usually spike to 250 or so and come back down, I topped out at 140 today which is beautiful. It also covered fruit really well. I eat a lot of fruit but usually if I eat more than about 20g of fruit at once it spikes me - today I had 40g carbs of fruit and my BGs were great, only hit 150 and drifted down again. The trouble came at dinner. I had rice with vegetable curry (made it myself, so although it did have some oil in, it wasn't horribly fatty) and white rice. The first 3 hours after eating (Apidra's DIA) seemed okay, my BGs were around 170. After 3 hours had passed, though, they just kept going up.. and up.. I put on a 200% temp basal and managed to curb the spike at around 300. So, it looks like the Apidra isn't going to have a long enough DIA to cover my digestion at dinner. In theory this is fine, as I can just do a dual wave bolus. Just wondering how many people on Apidra have to do this on a regular basis, and what kind of timings work for you to cover a typical evening meal of 60-70g carbs, not too fatty. I'm thinking I'd start with 80% up front and 20% spread over 4 hours, but probably will also need to raise my I:C to 1:9. I'm guessing that this kind of thing is fairly typical with the lower DIA.