We're starting our 6 y/o son on his t:slim next week and we're looking at meter options. We currently use One Touch Ultra2 meters, but our endo gave us a Verio IQ and Freestyle Lite to try. I know meter accuracy is variable, but the One Touch meters (Ultra2 especially) seem to read higher by 30-50 mg/dl than the Freestyle when my son is 200+. We've only done 4-5 comparison tests, so my sample size is hardly significant. Also, our Dexcom seems to match closer to the Freestyle if he's not rising or dropping rapidly. Do any of you notice that One Touch meters read higher when above 200? Should I be concerned about the Freestyle strip recall with the Freestyle Lite meter? I got the impression the strip problem was specifically for OmniPod users. We like that the Verio and Freestyle require less blood than the Ultra2 and have flashlights for night testing. I like the display on the Verio, but I'm not sure the IQ trending features will have much value considering we already have a CGM and still log everything. The Freestyle Lite is nice and small, but the lancer seems to be a bit harder for my son to use. I don't have an Accu-Check meter to try, but I could ask our endo for one. Thanks for any advice.