I read the latest Green Car Report review of the Clarity PHEV. It compared the Clarity PHEV to the Volt and came away with a very bad impression of the Clarity compared to the Volt in several important ways: 1) The regen is weak even at the 4-arrow paddle setting. Quote: "The feel was pretty much the same as a conventional car." 2) Acceleration is sluggish compared to the Volt. Quote: "The car’s acceleration also felt sluggish compared to the Volt. And to my ear, the gas motor seemed rather louder than the Volt’s in gas mode, surging erratically up and down in a way that is oddly disconnected from the gas pedal. (The Volt does this as well; it’s just not as noticeable.)" For those that have driven both the Volt and Clarity, would you agree with these assessments? I've never driven a Volt, so I have no point of comparison. BTW, I was poking around on Google Search for Clarity specs, and I saw the following interesting statement on this page: "The Engine of Honda Clarity Plug-In Hybrid is equipped with an engine management system (EMS)/Engine Control Unit (ECU) which can be modified to different settings, producing different performance levels and boosting Clarity Plug-In Hybrid\'s horsepower." I know that Honda engineers obviously can modify engine settings, but is this something that can be done once a car has been delivered and driven off a dealer lot?