Reading other posts about Animas...what is UP with them now? Before Christmas, our meter started giving false high readings. After a Christmas party, said my son was in the mid 300s. I thought that the food and the long drive had caught up with him, and bolused him, only to second guess myself (Thank God) 20 minutes later to find he was really 115!! Fun night of forcing carbs and checking every 20 minutes! Happened on a smaller scale a few days later, so I called Animas to get a new meter. It took more than a freakin' hour on the phone with them, reading off every setting (bolus, basal, IC, etc., etc.) every BG reading for the preceding days not once...but TWICE with two different people. Had to give all sorts of info to the first person, who I assumed was inputting it into a computer, only to have to give the SAME info to a different person. What are computers for if we have to keep repeating this stuff. The last time we needed a new meter from Animas, it was 10 or 15 minutes on the phone, no problem, we'll send out a new one. This time, it was like I was on Law and Order and was being cross examined for a major crime! Anyone know why the big change in their process?