I don't actually have anything intelligent to say about colic. Really, I don't think anyone dealing with a colicky infant will, given the sleep deprivation and stress they're under. From everything we've read (Christie and I had plenty of time the other night to Google, as neither of us was sleeping, and whoever wasn't walking the baby was working the search engines looking for ideas) and everyone we've talked to, the most common thread is that it's one of those "what cannot be cured must be endured" sort of things.
Like migraines, there's a lot of magical thinking out there about colic (and a lot of really not helpful advice), but we are finding a few things that help a little (Chipmunk has a diaper rash issue that was making things a lot worse). Mostly, though, we're working on coping strategies to get us through the next month or so with our sanity (mostly) intact.
We're following our doctor's prescription to "get help", which is actually pretty hard for Christie and I. Asking for help has never been our strong suit. And then there's the issue of who you can ask to help you with a screaming baby. It's not a job for dilettantes. But we've got fantastic family and friends, and a good lead or two on experienced professional help as well.
In the meantime, please excuse any incoherence or weird babbling.