Matt (age 13) just started with the new Medtronic pump (with cgm) this week. So far, so good. He is really liking it. I like it because it gives me some piece of mind in the night when I check it and see a straight line. I can sleep more hours if I know that the cgm reading has been consistent for several hours. Also, I look forward to sending the data to our doctor. With so much information I feel he will be able to tweak the basal better than ever. Here are my questions: 1. What do you consider the main selling points for using a cgm? Did I miss anything in my paragraph above where I listed why I liked it? 2. How far off is your cgm and finger stick readings most of the time? I find that Matthew' is usually between 10 and 30 off. 3. How did your child's A1c and overall numbers improve following startup with the cgm?