I don't have my car as of yet but was wondering something about some of the posts about ECO mode...first, most people report having worse mileage using ECO mode. I understand that when you start off in ECO mode and it takes a longer time to achieve cruising mileage, you burn more fuel. How about if you were to use NORMAL mode, get up to about 60-65 MPH and then switched the car into ECO mode...wouldn't that be more the intended use for that mode? That way there are no worries about slow acceleration...I do remember the salesman telling us that in ECO mode, it cuts back the AC unit and some other stuff for the most economical driving of the car. And, in SPORT mode, when using it for entering a highway on ramp, you are already in motion before you switch it into SPORT...kind of like the same thing as what I'm saying for ECO. Also, regarding EV mode...if you are cruising along at highway speed and you let off the gas a bit so it is not really slowing down but more a constant speed, and the ECO light comes on in the car, are you REALLY driving in all electric at highway speed even for a brief moment? Also, in the past, I kind of remember people saying that hybrids do better as far as mileage in stop and go traffic as the regenerative braking charges the battery more etc....A lot of people are reporting great mileage on the forum using longer highway mileage trips...I know if you just take out the car and run to the market locally for too brief a period the car doesn't have a chance to warm up and no hybrid action there...but for a trip like mine to work every morning on a highway in stop and go traffic---will I get better mileage or worse than expected?