My Ultragauge gives me a few more PIDs to choose from, but most are just unusable facts.
I turn right at 2050 at 60 MPH with my Touring's bigger tires.
Idle speed varies a lot, sometimes as low as 700 and other times as high as in the 2000's. All depends on the temperature and state of charge, I'm guessing.
It takes around 2 1/2 miles of driving to hit 150 degrees, that's where I turn on the heat if I need it. Hottest I have seen is around 220 in the hot NC summers. Generally runs just over 200 under normal conditions, my normal conditions are 30 miles at highway speeds.
Voltage output is quite high, over 14 volts is not uncommon at the OBD2 port.
Mine averages near 44 MPG, the factory gauge is not accurate at all, in either direction. The Ultragauge records MPG's for every time you start the engine, sometimes I will see 60 or more on the Ultragauge, but the factory gauge rarely ever shows anything close to that, overall my 44 MPG is right in line with the factory gauge, but on short trips the factory gauge is useless.