So, for kicks I decided to keep the car in EV later for my driving. Unfortunately I hadn't done this(not for my commute without starting at 100% anyway) before the injector replacements, so I can't confirm if I'm getting better mileage now.
But assuming that mpg meter is reasonably accurate, I was able to pull close to 35mpg for my round trip yesterday and I even took the route with up and down hills and wasn't going super easy like I do in EV mode. That's definitely better than I expected based on what little I had seen before on gas.
The OTHER interesting thing I noticed this morning is that I seem to be gaining significant battery charge... I was at around 50% when I picked it up from my mechanic Yesterday morning. As of this morning I'm over 80%.
I could guess this is a matter of my circumstances... Basically that you have to reset back into EV Later every time you start the car, so it chooses the new set point from there. And definitely the way I came in yesterday and today, there is significant downhill that adds about 10% charge...
Also, I guess I hadn't noticed before that in EV Later, it doesn't seem to raise the ICE threshold much at all even if I'm like 10% over the set point. I can come down that hill, gain 10% battery charge, and the ICE threshold is still like 1.5 bars so the ICE still kicks on from a stop unless I'm very gentle.