Hi All, I thought i would quickly give my summary to what the libre allows me to do vs the negative comments it receives. I used to do around 8 to 10 blood glucose measurements a day. I count carbs and dose to around 1- 10 insulin carb. I also take Lantus at a night. I take part in alot of cycling events, taking around 6-8 hours at a time and commute on a bike when possible. What the libre has taught me is invaluable. It has shown me information that has already allowed me to alter ratios of insulin, exercise affect on my body, and what is happening at night! People view the libre as inaccurate. I say it is doing a better job. Before if i felt hypo i would eat or test. So sometimes i would guess that I am having a hypo, other times i would test only to see it was around 5-6! With the libre i can see if it is dropping even if it is 5 (remembering it has a lag). Either way, now i can test every time and have an indication as to what is going on. The biggest value i have found is that it takes the guess work out of what happens in-between usually doing only 8 sugars a day. It now shows the fatty pizza I had has longer affects than pasta and meatballs for tea. It shows what happens when i have a pint of beer. It shows what happens when i intensely exercise vs light exercise. All this information allows me to make more informed decisions around doses, what i eat, and what are my daily patterns that i usually would not know. It shows how sensitive i am to insulin at different times of the day and that my actual carb insulin ratio changes from morning to afternoon. 1.3:10 in the morning and 0.9:10 in the evening. All in all my experience of the libre has done nothing but improve my knowledge of my own diabetes and finally shows me where and what I am doing wrong. All this I am planning on reducing my HbA1c to the targeted 50!