Hi folks, Here's my introduction to y'all, from the California Bay Area. The title of this thread relates to my three autos. I retired 3 years ago, and most of my driving is long highway trips to visit my mom in southern California, to drive to Reno or Las Vegas for entertainment, or to drive to various western national parks for astronomy volunteer work. I spent three months this year living in Chaco Culture National Historic Park (New Mexico), Black Canyon of the Gunnison National Park (Colorado), and Bryce Canyon National Park (Utah). When I'm not making long trips, my cars often sit for weeks without being driven. City mileage sucks, because my town is small, and it has lots of stop signs. I'm lucky to get mileage in the high 20s in local driving. My retirement car is my 2002 Nissan Sentra SE-R, EPA rated at 19 mpg city and 26 mpg highway, because of its 2.5 liter, 170 hp engine. On the good side, it's the car Wayne wanted when he wished for a 6 speed manual on the 2009 Toyota Corolla XRS. It goes 0-60 mph in 7.1 seconds, and gets me 26 mpg at a cruise-controlled 72 mph, 30-31 mpg at 62 mph, and 38-40 mpg at 55 mph. Climbing the Sierras out of Reno and riding the long downhill into the Bay Area, I've gotten an honest 45 mpg over 180 miles with cruise control and AC on. I drafted two seconds behind semis most of the way to New Mexico, and got 38 mpg over 1000 miles. I cruised at 55 mph all the way home from Utah, and got 40 mpg over 750 miles. Car 2 is a 1987 AT Chevy Astro van, my telescope hauler, with 165,000 miles. It gets me 15-17 mpg at a cruise-controlled 70 mph, and 22.5 mpg at 60 mph. Car 3 is my wife's 2006 AT Hyundai Elantra, EPA rated at 21/29. I've only made one long trip in it, and it got a cruise-controlled 38.6 mpg over 800 miles. I bought an SGII this summer, and promptly destroyed it as soon as I plugged it into the Elantra. It was quickly repaired under warranty. Now I'm ready to try a quantum leap into hypermiling, which is how I ended up here. I welcome suggestions on how to get there. I know the basics, but I haven't tried them yet, other than inflating my tires to 44 psi, accelerating slowly, and rarely using my brakes. My first attempt at FAS with the SGII gave me no reading. I just learned I have to tell it I'm driving a hybrid.