Hey everyone, how's it going? My name is Mike and I am a senior in college majoring in civil engineering. My first vehicle was a '98 4WD 4Runner, but that was sold and the 2005 Honda Accord EX-L V6 Sedan AT was bought in December 2009. The reason for this purchase was I do a lot of driving now with my engineering co-op job, driving 225 miles home one way to visit family, or 210 miles one way to see my girlfriend and her family. I bought the Accord with 69k on it, and now I'm at 101k. Main reason is my commute during my co-op work rotations. I drive 120 miles M-F. I drove this from August '10 to January '11, and I am now driving it again from the beginning of this month until mid August. The drive, starting from my apartment going to work consists of this: 3 miles city at 45 mph to interstate, 54 miles on nothing but interstate, and then 3 miles in city at 55 mph until work. I've always been MPG aware, and strive to get the best I can w/o going too extreme in hypermiling techniques. I always go easy on the gas pedal, coast the best I can, and shut off the motor when sitting idle longer than 10s. I also keep my tires at 44 psi (max rated pressure), filters checked, and use Mobil 1 5w-20 (only oil ever used in this car since mile #1). In the morning trip to work, I drive 63 mph w/CC & w/o AC, and in the evenings coming home I drive 61 mph w/CC & w/AC...takes right at an hour each way, with ~50 minutes on I-20/59 from Tuscaloosa to Birmingham. The car nevers has to downshift when using CC on the grades I see and never really bogs down when going up them, but these grades are not extreme at all. I also just purchased an Ultragauge today, and will use it to adjust my style even more when it arrives next week. QUESTION: Can anyone suggest other tips/techniques to help squeeze out more MPG without going too extreme? Just to note: I've been keeping track of gasoline usage since last August and averaged 29.1 mpg with the one semester of driving back then (faster MPH than I drive now) and a semester of in town driving. This week is my first week back on the 120 mile commute, and I filled up Tuesday morning, added 1.1 extra gallons after the first "click" (I always do this), and I believe I'm doing good so far on MPG (see attached pics of fuel gauge vs. trip meter...at least I think it's good...lol). Thanks guys, and I look forward to hearing from you all.