Hi Guys, Pre-order is in - so looking forward to getting mine! sometime in 2024 no doubt. I have long wanted to add a modification to my own cruise control unit that takes mapping data available from Google Maps (Other maps are available). The purpose of this would be to take advantage of the route elevation profile in combination with the road speed limits, cruise control settings and of course the other traffic. The use of elevation profile would allow the vehicle to prevent unnecessary acceleration up hills (Wasting energy) and predict optimal use of gravity assists on route to maintain speeds. Accelerating down hills to maximum safe and allowable speed. Hyper-milers use this practice all the time and it is very effective, traffic permitting. But it needs to be part of the eco-mode option. And yes, it will lead to some odd road speeds if you do not set appropriate minimum speed limits as well. So the idea would be. Computer has access to route profile. Driver sets minimum allowable, below mean road speed. (We don't want to annoy other road users, and we do want to get where we are going). It this mode, the vehicle will not accelerate any further when it hits an uphill, it will simply maintain the same speed. It will predict the availability of downhill sections to maintain the speed closest to the vehicles optimal aerodynamic efficiency, without slowing below the pre-set minimum.