Still working on this. For now, my approach is to adjust the correction factor post-lunch. I have 1:100 going right now so any corrections would be reduced, but I'm not convinced that this is the way to go. A post-lunch 200 would only give him a little more than a unit (target is 90) instead of 4 1/2 units, off-setting the IOB that would be there if he bolused instead of basaled and was 2 hours post lunch, for example. Today was not a great day, but the lunch/afternoon/evening was fabulous so I'm sharing it. Based on today, this seems to be a possible solution for us. I'm attaching a picture but here are my notes: ~Ignore the midnight high. We had a pod failure (just another random "I hate OmniPod!!" moment) at 11:25 last night and I didn't know until the CGM alarmed, so he spiked until the new pod and correction kicked in) ~Mornings are usually better. He must have been feeling Hobbit-like this morning because he had Second Breakfast. Ate at 7:15 and 8:00. ~Lunch was at 11:48. The 3:45 dip resolved itself - we didn't feed the almost-low. Afternoon snack was 4:30. Basketball practice was 6:00-7:30. Dinner was 8:15. Went to bed at 9:30. ~No temp basals all day ~Calibrated this morning and just before bed, I don't remember how close the morning one was but the bedtime was 3 off. This is our best day yet so I think I'm getting closer on the basals Today's changes - I increased his 1100 basal, decreased his 1:30 basal and left everything else alone. Oh, and adjusted his midnight correction a bit since he didn't come down as far as I'd like, but that's unrelated.