I am using PLX Kiwi Bluetooth ($99) on an Android phone with Torque application. Kiwi is plugged into OBD2 port and it communicates with Torque over bluetooth. This provides the wireless freedom to mount the beautiful screen anywhere. See a list of supported OBDII bluetooth adapters. Kiwi can read 20 PIDs per second (reported by Torque) so I should be able to add up to 20 in multiple pages and quickly browse around. You'll need to enter the following information. This will only work on Gen2 Iconic Prius (2004-2009). For GenIII Prius, follow to this thread. GenIII PiP (Plugin) thread is here. Copy the CSV file to Android SD card (could be internal memory) Download and unzip the CSV file in ".torque/extendedpids" folder on your micro SD card. Keep in mind that ".torque" folder is hidden so set your explorer to show the hidden folders. If you don't see the folder, create it. Import Custom PIDs In Torque main screen, press Menu -> Settings -> Manage extra PIDs/Sensors -> Menu -> Add predefined set. Display Custom PIDs From the main menu (rotatable items), choose the Realtime Information. From there, you can add those custom PIDs that you imported. Just touch and hold the empty spot and a menu will come up. [Update]: I am sharing all the CAN Bus custom PIDs in this google spreasheet.