At a pass by several of my local gas stations this morning, I saw the newest dodge by which the oil companies will give us less for more money: 90 octane is the number on the premium pump instead of 91 or (as it's been for a number of years here) 93. Same ~14-15% surcharge over regular as when it was 93, of course. Is this the latest version of "keep the package the same price but put less in it" that we see at grocery stores? Or is it just in my benighted area? I planned to run a couple of tanks of 93 through the Regal -- am doing so now, and have seen about 15% mpg increase according to my Driver's Info Center. There's still one or two local stations with 93, but how long will that last? And what are people with cars that specify 91 as a minimum to do now? Grrrr.