I received my new transmitter a couple days ago, and am currently using it for the first time (I changed it yesterday morning, so today is my first full day with the new transmitter). So far, I haven’t had any repeated BG requests (although 1.5 days isn’t a lot to judge by, but so far so good). However, one thing that I had happen today was receiving the Max Delivery, even though my numbers have been good (what I refer to as in the green on the pump display) for the last 4 hours or so. The microboluses have all been <0.100, there were even a few 5 minute periods with no microbolus at all. If I remember correctly from when I first got my 670G & Guardian 3, this is something I frequently had happen then, and was told that the values for Max Delivery are automatically calculated by the pump. But after I used the 670G & Guardian 3 for a couple months this problem seemed to solve itself (I only received Max Delivery when I really WAS getting large microboluses and was high). Does the new transmitter need to “recalculate” these values? I haven’t had any since starting the new transmitter, but will it need to recalculate the values for Min Delivery as well? Doing the Enter BG for a Max Delivery is still an improvement (since at least it uses it, the old one often made you do multiple Enter BGs), but once every 4 hours is still more than we should need to do. Has anybody else experienced this after upgrading their transmitter (or even just replacing their transmitter with any new one)?