I know a few of us on here have passed the one-year mark with our Konas. Now we belong on the benches in front of the Post Office chewing 'baccy and talking about the old days when the touchscreen was no bigger than a skunk's behind. I bought mine two or three days after learning about its existence in Canada. I'd owned Priuses since they came on the scene in 2001, and I was clearly ready to take the full EV leap, because the price was nearly double what I had ever paid for a car. After a year I have no regrets. I'm lucky to have access to (so far) free fast chargers, so fuel costs are basically what I pay to top up at home. Consequently I've done far more driving to enjoy the countryside. It’s enormous free fun. The active membership in this forum is a testimony to the car's appeal, over and above its drivetrain. Maybe it's the punk appearance. I have quibbles, of course. The gear selector is reduced to the drab world of buttons and besides that is poorly laid out. As for the myriad other controls, Hyundai has stuck to the principle that nothing to do with the operation of the car itself (except charge management) shall be relegated to the touchscreen. The result is, let's face it, clutter, including a whole group of buttons between the driver and the door that are very difficult to see, and some seldom used controls such as toggles for collision warnings that could certainly be grouped on the screen. My worst complaint is that Hyundai has simply not delivered on two important systems: maps, which for my region are many years out of date and especially useless for charge points; and Bluelink, which sometimes eventually works and sometimes doesn't. The positives rule, though. The clutter is a cozy one, and it's all about getting a comfortable ride on the magic carpet.