Hi all! I just joined today, and also just took delivery today of a brand-spanking-new 2009 Honda Civic Hybrid. My timing was rather good, as I managed to get one from first inquiry to driving it away in about three weeks... much, much faster than I expected. I test-drove this unit before I signed the papers and drove it away, and let me tell you... there are some salesmen out there who really need training on selling this thing! When I got in for the test-drive, the left-hand upper display was showing coolant temperature. Having read several of the excellent how-to thread here, I was expecting to see the "game gauge" over there. I pointed that out to the salesman, and he told me that they had moved the MPG down to the center-panel display for the 2009 model year! Needless to say, I was more than a little freaked-out by this news, as I wasn't seeing anything giving me close to an instantaneous MPG in all of the center-panel options. How in the world was I going to manage to DWL without any instant MPG figures to keep constant. I spent the first ten minutes or so of the test drive thoroughly bummed out over this development. Not that this was a deal-breaker, but it was certainly anxiety-producing. I stumbled by accident onto the correct button to toggle the temp gauge over to the game gauge. The salesman had no idea. I spent the rest of the test drive educating him on the existence of this forum, what could be achieved in the HCH-II as far as MPG, and demonstrated a few of the techniques to him. Once everything was wrapped up, he drove my old car over to my house, and I drove him back to the dealership. I reset the Trip A counter, and showed him that I got 79.9 MPG on the 7.2 mile trip back to the dealership. Needless to say, he was impressed! Clearly, there's room for some educational outreach to some of these folks trying to sell hybrids. Let's do what we can to make sure that the next buyer doesn't suffer the same sort of needless disappointment that I went through!