Yes, I have an hour meter. It showed the engine ran about 2/3s of the total time on a round trip from Lexington KY to Johnson City TN of 500 miles. i observed every possible power flow and never heard the angry bees. I started in HV with a full charge and used odometer and gas receipts to calculate MPG. I forgot at a couple of stops to push HV so a few miles were in EV. I charged at each end and accounted for the small net charge lost. That reduced the MPG from 49 to 48. I figure if you’re in HV for the whole trip, you count all the miles as HV miles. Then if you started with a full charge and the SOC goes down, you can account for the amount of charge used by immediately charging at your destination. So I’m calling that an honest 48 MPG on a trip that included Interstate, 2 and 4 lane roads, and some local type driving through a few small towns. Does that make sense?