I live in Flagstaff, Arizona. I’m one of probably many potential Clarity buyers waiting on the fence for a resolution to the angry bees dilemma and related power management issues in the Clarity on PHEV-challenging roads. Not for Clarities with problems, but for the many owners in this forum whose experience with their cars has been problem-free. Phoenix-Flagstaff is a 150-mile trip (south to north) which climbs from 1,000 feet to 7,000 feet above sea level. It’s all Interstate highway; the predominant speed limit is 75. Up the hill the air temperature is typically 20 degrees cooler and the air is much thinner, which is why international athletes come here to train. Both factors, plus of course the climb itself, rob engines and batteries of capacity. I’ve read approximately a thousand posts on the modes, battery capacity, angry bees, and so on. I’m not asking for yet another rehash of the issues that have been very well discussed and explained in this and the Clarity Forum pages. What I’d really appreciate would be as much data as you can provide about YOUR experience with this drive: what speeds, what modes, what engine noise, what power problems, what temperatures, and so on. I’d love to make this drive myself, but what dealer will let me make a thee-hundred mile test drive? Many thanks for any responses.