WEll, I took my first road trip in the FEH today. Drove from Northern Virginia to Daytona, FL. Temperatures on this trip ranged from 15F to 75F. About 12 hours, 725 miles into the trip, I was going 70 MPH on the Jacksonville Beltway, and I hear BEEEEEEP! Look down and see the dreaded red triangle and STOP SAFELY NOW. Power immediately dropped, and since I was in the right lane anyway, it was easy to pull over and stop. Battery Temp was 89F, SOC was 53%. Engine temp was 195F. I could not see anything wrong with any of the parameters I could check with my Scangauge, so I shut it off, and immediately restarted. Started up normal, no more SSN message, and I went the last ~150 miles without incident. I'm on vacation, so I don't have much time to mess with it. What's everyone's thoughts? Oh, and its an 08 with ~68,000 miles.