No, but thanks for the reminder. I'm getting a new pump in the next couple weeks and am switching to the Counter Next meter, so carelink will be more useful.
I'm a die hard fan of One Touch Ultra Mini meters and they don't send glucose readings to the pump. Since I rarely enter glucose readings into the pump manually, unless calcuating insulin on board, my pump doesn't have much information.
With Track 3 I set my own glucose parameters and liked being able to see a bar graphs and pie charts that show the percentage I'm in my magical 80-120mg/dl range. Plus (and this is childish and embarassing to admit) it was nice to show my doctor, husband and mom that while I still have highs and lows, overall my glucose is in decent shape.