I think no news is good news. We were able to go a whopping 5 weeks without seeing a doctor, which was quite a record for us. We went for his 9 month check-up, and all things considered, he's doing pretty well. He's now 28" long (45%), and 17# 6oz. His weight gain isn't quite adequate, so they are increasing his calories per ounce to 27. (Normal formula is 20). This is uncharted territory, even for us, and for some reason it's really frustrating me. He's eating virtually nothing by mouth (imagine feeding (er, fighting with) a kid and getting only about a 1/2 tsp in.. frustrating!) It's a battle we have to fight looking at the long term, knowing that if there's any hope of him eating normally, we have to start now. The nice thing with the calorie increase is that we don't have to press so hard to increase how much he's taking. We are up to 4 oz. at a time, and continuous feedings for 10 hours at night. It's easy to get frustrated, but when you see his goofy little grin, it's hard to complain. He's an awesome kid.