My son is on a T-slim now and I am wondering if people can post basic strategies that they use to manage night time basal without going overboard in terms of intervening. How many segments do you divide the night into? How do you set your alarms, usually? Need sleep mode? Really need sleep mode? Do you run temp basals or very long square boluses for late rising dinners? How quick are you to change basal rates? How much variability do you get? Do you find temp zero or temp reduced basals to work if you see a low coming on or are they just too low to take effect? Anything else? We can get 60 point drops or rises on a given night with same basal rates so I tend to set the basal low enough to avoid lows and then correct if I can afford to lose the sleep. I also am dividing the night into 9:00-midnight, midnight-3:00 and 3:00 to 6:00. Definitely see more need in midnight to 3:00 period. I am also surprised a little having read Sugar Surfing because Dr. Ponder says that he thinks most people can stay in a tight night time range with a single basal rate, or even 1 shot of Lantus. Is that easier to do for adults than with kids or something?