I kept intending to buy one of those wifi or bluetooth OBD-II dongles and an app to mess with it on previous vehicles but never got around to it. Having just learned that there is, in fact, an OBD-II port on the Clarity, I'm now wondering if anyone has actually tried hooking something up. I'd be much more interested in things like high voltage pack raw current numbers or state-of-charge readings than just reading error codes, but I have no idea if that data is available via the OBD-II interface, and even if it is whether any of the available apps can read and display it in a usable form. So... anybody tried this yet? There are about a million dongles ranging from $20 to $100 on Amazon, and I assume they all do more or less the same thing in varying degrees of quality and overprice, and a bunch of apps, which it seems like the right one might be able to display some interesting technical data.