I recently took my IS with me to Florida. All in all the ride was very comfortable. We took a few stops to gas up and switch drivers. I couldnt sleep knowing someone else was driving my beloved car so I had bags the size of my luggage. I made it down to South Carolina and there I stopped and got an hours rest. I was beat. I saw one silver IS in Jersey getting gas and from there I saw no more....??? The sleeping position was not bad very comfortable (like a craftmatic bed), on continued my journey. We stopped once more to get some breakfast and headed deeper south. The a/c on was workin great but damn the rain that wouldnt stop. Again no IS300's. It got me thinking where in the hell do all my IS300.net members be at? Most likely sleeping at 6am. After I got into Florida I finally saw 4 IS300's. All in St. Petersburg. One silver one, a Solar Yellow one with some smoked out tints at a mini mall in front of a furniture store and someone who lives at my brothers complex, the Bel-Air houses if your out there. It was a Auburn colored IS with a spoiler. It was a rare sighting for me because its a rare color. The car looked real nice though. So I finally made it to Florida from NY in 18hrs. I got 365 miles to the tank, averaging 21.4 miles to the gallon and 5.1 million bugs per 20 minutes of driving. Which makes about 275 million bugs on my car at the end of my trip. Not to mention the mud and road grime deposits. My advice is take the IS on loooooooooooooooooooooong ride and kill some bugs!