So, fun, I was just diagnosed with mild sleep apnea: 8.4 events per hour, 89% minimum O2. Nothing too terrible but enough that I need to be on treatment. I'm flying on a Class III. This was a bit unexpected, as I'm in none of the high risk categories listed by the FAA. I'm slim and healthy. I was not required to take the test by the FAA. My wife wanted me checked out, so I obliged. So...I know that if an AME saw this, he could not issue without a handful of items. All of them can be procured, as I'm going on immediate recorded CPAP treatment. But...am I at any risk of losing my medical or pilot action if I continue to fly? Reasonably, my self-assessment is that I'm still fit to fly, just as it was before the diagnosis. I think that means I"m still good to go and I need to cross that bridge when my medical comes up in March. That said, if I went to get a medical today, there would be paperwork and a needed SI for Class III. (Aaarrrgh. Why is this an SI issue instead of an AME checkable issue?) I believe, if I read correctly, I would still get an immediate issuance, just with more to do afterward. Or I could go BasicMed and avoid the SI. (Maybe I can figure out what is causing the OSA and use lifestyle changes to wipe it out? Avoid the blemish of the SI?) Basically, I'm asking if I'm still good to fly until my medical runs out in March. However, I'm open to hearing stories of OSA SI experiences, if you want to relate.