Hi WP, I am wondering if there is no LGA for the FFH? My somewhat limited experience to date with the FFH in Low Gear did not seem to lend itself to the higher charging rates as reported in other hybrid vehicles in Low? But, since I've only ever driven an FFH and no other hybrids, hard to say for sure? I believe the FFH uses the ICE engine while in Low (perhaps without burning gas?) for increased engine braking. A few trips of driving downhill for several floors in a parking garage (different days at work) seemed to indicate that there was a better HV battery charging experience using the normal “D” drive mode (with the foot off of the accelerator providing the normal drag regen) and using normal regenerative braking around the corners, instead of the forced engine braking in “L”? While it did govern the downhill speed to a better degree in Low by itself, my thoughts are there was less charging/regen when in Low. Since I was just getting warmed up and out of the garage, I wanted to have the additional SoC for the stop and go before the highway, so I only tried Low a couple of days hoping to find some additional charging that didn't seem to be there? We don’t have very many downhill stretches of road in our part of the country to test against otherwise. Anybody have any info here? Average speed and slope of the decline may have some effect on this too. I wasn't going very fast in the garage! GaryG - Thanks for the info on the Active & Passive Neutral modes! Makes sense!