Comments by pakitt and unus_mundus in another thread awoke me to the fact that the Gen 4’s dashboard displays can be configured to suit the user. I’ve had the car nearly two months so I should have been aware of this before now. For “economical driving” (avoiding the “hyper…” term because it gets people too excited), it’s useful for me to see: current (instantaneous) mpg average mpg over the route so far speed battery state of charge (SOC) load whether the gas engine is on or off I had already set the MID (on the right, p.114) to the Hybrid System Indicator [HSI] p.119), which gives me load and state of charge (I ignore the “Score” section; MPG is my "score"). I found having two lines on the Load curve distracting, so I turned off the “ECO Accelerator Guidance” (p.142) to simplify things. I hadn’t realized that current mpg is available on the “subscreen” of the “instrument cluster” on the left so I switched to that (p.112). The other two options would just duplicate info that the HSI already gives me. I floundered a bit getting things reset but eventually got what I wanted. It might have helped to read the section from the beginning on p.91. So this is what I have. Obviously the "EV" light tells me if the gas engine is on or off. I was using the ScanGauge "RPM" display for that, and its "MPG" reading to give me current consumption, so I don't need to look down at it any more. I'm very pleased with it: everything is nicely grouped and very readable at a glance. The little yellow triangle on the left side of the current consumption bar is a really clever touch: it shows the average mpg so far (on whichever tripmeter one is using). So one knows if the current consumption is above that, the average mpg will be rising. Oh, and please don't get excited that I'm going only 11mph in the photo: it seemed sketchy to shoot photos while driving on the open road so I took this with my iPhone while on the access road in my condo complex, where the speed limit is 15mph.