I’m right with you, except we still have to wait for a while up here in the Northwest to experience the sun on a regular basis. My first car was a 57 Chevy powered by a Corvette 365 HP 327. ( I’m surprised I only got one ticket in the 50 + years that I owned it) But those days are in the rear view mirror now as I really don’t have the need for speed any longer. So looking forward as you do to drive the Ariya around aimlessly if I just want to with no particular destination in mind.For the first time in almost 40 years, I hop in the car and drive around enjoying the sun and wind blowing into sunroof with no destination in mind. No more driving the kids somewhere as their grown. No more driving to work as I retired during COVID. Just enjoying how this car does so much more than any previous cars I've own. The one before this is a Tesla which is a car that throws you back in the seat but lacks many of the Ariya features. At my age I enjoy the comfort of the seats as I just drive and listen to the radio or stream from my phone. Not driving fast but when an ID4 cuts me off, i change lane and return the favor. They didn't realize I'm in an EV with fast acceleration. The speed, like the Tesla, will get you out of trouble but putting distance from bad drivers. In 13 days of driving, good days are a5 3.5 miles/KW and testing acceleration is about 2.5 miles /kw. Drove over a week before my first charging. A 2021 Tesla M3 SR+ SOC at 85% showing 218 miles will be 170 actual miles. I expect the Ariya to go 3-5 day between charging versus Tesla every other or every third day.