I was hoping someone who has driven a TC'd e-shift could shed a little light on some questions for me. I'm not sure I understand how the RPMs work for highway driving and things like that. If the normal idle rev is under 1,000RPM and the normal highway driving is 3,000RPM, then does a 3,000 stall TC mean that you cruise at 6,000RPM on the highway? And what does one of these things do to gas mileage, engine wear, etc.?