^^^I admittedly didn't figure out the Die Hard problem in real time. Only after having some time to sit down and think about it.
Since we're on the topic, and to answer my own problem earlier (125 mcg G6 and 100 mcg CJC per injection), the solution works out to:
-Reconstitute 5 mg vial of G6 in 2 mL BAC water (2.5 mg/mL G6)
-Draw up 1 mL
-Shoot it into 2mg vial of CJC (2 mg/mL CJC)
-Add 1 mL BAC water to vial (1.25 mg/mL G6 & 1 mg/mL CJC)
-Draw up 0.1 cc (125 mcg G6 & 100 mcg CJC)
I think this problem is useful for guys over 125 kg who want to achieve the saturation doses for both compounds (assuming 125 mcg and 100 mcg is the saturation dose for G6 and CJC, respectively).