As I was bolusing my DD for a correction at 3 am in the morning, I got to thinking how much I trust that the pump will deliver the "0.10" u of insulin precisely and not "over" bolus. For those who's child uses very little basal and have a sensitive ISF, do you fully trust the pump to deliver precise "little" amounts of insulin? I was loving the fact that we could correct a ever so slight out of range BG by bolusing little amounts such as 0.10 unit to bring her down just a bit. But I am second guessing whether this is such a good idea if the pump would be able to consistent squirt such small amounts without error on the side of over delivering. Is it common practice to bolus only a little to, say, bring a 142 down to a 105, or do most people just leave a 142 ish number.... it's only slightly above range, but I prefer in range. I have heard people comment to not try to get BG so perfect. So, how much do you trust your pump? Is the pump so advanced that one should not worry about making multiple little corrections.