I just put gas into my car for the first time in over 9 months! And it was so strange, going up to the gas station after being away from gas stations for so long. It felt so strange. Now, I know there are some folks who either have a short (or no) commute, and who can charge at work, so get to drive most of the time on EV. But not me. Normally my variable drives to work are around 80 miles round trip (with no chance to charge). But for the last year or so (for reasons I won't get into) everything changed, to where other than a very few trips, everything was within EV range. Things are now getting back to "normal" (ie, longer, more normal commutes) but I managed to go over 9 months without putting in any gas -- and I still had 1/3rd of a tank left! -- but decided to put gas in now because the price will go up shortly in CA when the gas tax goes up July 1st. I almost made it the 12 months when the Prime's supposed "gas warning" light would go on (to tell you that you need to burn your gas, because it's getting stale). Oh well. But even as things get back to normal (and the Prime is thrifty with gas anyway), I have to say, it was nice doing most things on EV. I'd love a Prime with a 200 mile EV range, but still with gas for backup. But the writing's on the wall... 20 years from now, perhaps the only time we'll enter a gas station will be to put gas into our lawnmowers (to mow our new, fake astroturf grass, of course!) Go, Prime!