Now that the PiP has been out long enough for early adopters to rack up some miles I would like to ask the following question. If one were to purchase a PiP but has a 90%-98% Hwy commute of 50miles but travels at 60mph would the PiP be useful? At face value most would say no but there is one segment of this commute that is 50mph rural side road that is approx. 6 miles long including the short distance from that road to my house. This could be done in EV Mode completely. So assuming you can store your EV potential until this particular stretch of road, or any other low speed side route I may take, could this really bump up your average mpg despite this not being a typical PiP-friendly commute? I ask because there are many places where I could slip it into EV mode and travel the max PiP range almost every day on my 100+mile commute. If I average 60mpg (calculated) now. What could I expect with a PiP if I am careful about choosing when to use EV Mode and when to use HV? I know how quickly my average mpg goes up when I am able to glide for long distances so this makes me think that with 11-15miles worth of EV I could boost average calculated mpg up quite a bit! What do you think?