Update to this post. The above post was when all my driving was road miles, but now that I'm driving a little more in the city (prob 50/50), I'm finding that my regens happen more often and the mileage between regens is much lower. What I'm seeing on the scangauge is that if I shut off the motor during a regen, then when restarted the soot load percentage just starts going up again where it was interrupted (with the shut off) on the way down. An example, I had to shut off during a regen when the soot load percentage was going down and at 85%. When I restarted, the regen did not start again but the soot load percentage start counting up again until it reached 100% (maybe only drove about 30-50 miles or so) then the regen started again. Of course I had to stop and interrupt again, so the cycle continued which results in a "cycle of frequent regens." Wish there was a way when I am on the highway and for a longer drive period that you could manually start a regen if your soot load percentage was near 100%. Is that possible in Forscan?