Slightly changing the chain, I'm coming back to an Omnipod 'not covering' the 10 days.
No pump covers 10 days though - even if it had 100 different basal rates in its memory - because you are supposed to change the cartridge and tubing every 6 days anyway - although I must admit though I did change the tubing on my Combo every 6, I did often use the same cartridge until it just ran out - bout 10 days.
I use even less insulin now, so the 1.4ml prefilled Novorapid cartridges the Insight uses, last me 5 ish days. Cannulas only last me two days each - sites go rapidly 'off' (ie stop absorbing properly) after 48 hours - and how long they last you is anyone's guess until you get going - 3 days each is the max anyway - so I use two without tubing then one with, the same as I did with the Combo.
Finally back on the current tack of 'are you sure you need 10 different patterns' - I still say 'No you aren't!' because as I say, you get all sorts of surprises when you are pumping and find out all sorts of things about your body which you don't actually have a clue about while you are on MDI.
For instance - when you first change - do you know that more or less the whole first week is taken up with 'firefighting' because for starters it takes at least 3 days for your existing basal insulin (whatever it currently is) to stop having any effect on your body - so it's impossible to have a clue what you actually need when, until after that at least.
Then because if you need an increase or decrease in dose at eg 8am, you need to change your basal at 6am if not 5am to achieve that, you have to take this slowly and methodically because if you change your BG to take effect at 8am that then has a knock-on effect on what it is for the next 3 hours too, so you can only change one thing at a time really .... it is flippin tedious! But - you eventually do get there, providing you're prepared to well, frankly - plod !
Use your Libre too - if the arrow starts pointing down, always whack a TBR on of less for an hour or two or vice versa when it points up. It won't have an immediate effect obviously, but it should help making whatever it's doing worse and that could be sufficient to ward off a hypo - but might not be.
As we've always said on this forum since we started it - diabetes is a marathon, not a sprint .....
Just seen Liam's post - you can easily set down as far as a Nil percent basal on the Insight if you need it.