Does this information, or other stored info, make it possible to determine whether regenerative or ABS braking was disengaged by G-force from a bumpy road, as opposed to reduced brake pedal pressure? If either regen or ABS braking was disengaged by G-force, is timing info (time from G-shock to disengagement and time from disengagement to reingagement of the same or alternative braking method) stored and retrievable? Surely the Toyota engineers know the answers to these questions and could reclaim some of their credibility by making their investigation methods and findings transparent. This shouldn't represent a corporate secret, considering that Honda engineers could easily retrieve and study the info in a rented Gen3. On a Lighter Note: Perhaps Toyota's marketing staff should follow Honda engineers to car rental lots and get some advertising video of the Honda guys driving to work in a Gen3 Prius. Sounds like a good 60 Minutes investigation or a new career for ambitious pavaratsi.