I'm wondering how well a short range battery is working for people who have bought PHEVs. To be fair, the question is whether they are working well for their designed purpose. That would exclude discussing commercial uses such as taxi or delivery services. I'm not sure if the cars are designed for use by inter region commuters who travel 100 miles a day. So the question is simple. Does the limited range of a prime fulfill your normal daily needs? The question came to mind when I ran a LOT of errands on Wednesday. For the first time this year, I ran the battery down without traveling interstate. The morning started with 28.5 mile range on the GOM (Guess-0-Meter) and I ran a bunch of errands of 1 to 5 miles each way. I did not plug it in after a 15 mile round trip because at 4 PM the energy cost jumped from 19 cents per kWh to up to 37 cents per kWh. As a result the SOC was rather low as I started out to pick up dinner at the local Sushi place. I knew when I got back into the car that the ICE was going to be called upon before I got home. The ICE fired up when I was only 1/2 mile from home. TLDR: So the question is simple. Does the limited range of a prime fulfill your normal daily needs?