So if you feather the throttle does it still regen ? I assumed that the motor can only do two things regen or drive - like a two way switch on or off. DangerousDoug when you back off the gas does it show as regen on the instrument cluster ?I think it's a matter of simply getting used to a different driving style when moving from legacy cars to EV. I remember my first EV test drive (Kia e-Niro) where the single biggest difference I found was the regen. it took me all of 4 minutes to adapt and I was in max regen (a lot more aggressive than the MG's "3" setting) very quickly. Since then I've never looked back. One critizism I have of the MG is that the regen is not aggressive enough (does anyone use anything other than "3" as their standard setting??) - I would like to see them shift their levels down a step, such that "1" is like the current "2", "2" is like the current "3" and "3" is a much more aggressive level which would give us true one-pedal driving (which the Kia has, as well as many other EVs such as Nissan Leaf etc). Even on motorways, full regen is usable and useful - you just get used to being more gentle with backing off the "gas". This is the future, as it makes for much more energy-efficient motoring compared with legacy cars.