I got the Priority Current, have 100 miles on it, and get about 35-40 mph on the battery. I think the trick is to learn to use the CVT to get proper use of PAS and miles out of the battery. The bike is worth the money for a 500 watt mid drive. It takes hills well but willl suck up the battery. I’d have put a 600 battery on it.I have a priority current. I've only taken a couple or short rides on it but I'm a little concerned about range. There is no jerkiness, but there is a slight lag between switching assist levels. The Nuvinci hub is a bit of a learning curve that I can say I have not adjusted to yet. When I adjust the hub to address a hill, I need to do it slowly and conservatively. In the easier gears, my legs start spinning and I see no benefit at all to the assist level. On flatter roads and at lower levels of assist, I feel like I also don't see a lot of assist from the lower levels of motor assist. It seems like the "drag" outweighs the assist level 1, and in some instances, assist level 2. I'm spending most of my time in assist level 3. My initial rides of 16 miles and 1500 ft of elevation looks like I'm going to get about 34 miles of range on the battery. I had hoped for 40+ and I had hoped I could ride in assist level 1 and 2 more but it doesn't feel right and I can't get the speed I wanted. The motor is quiet. I thought it was quieter than the newer Bosch Speed motor on the Gazelle Medeo T10+. I do like the belt drive. Quiet and clean.