Actually, I did just under 9¾ mi, but the battery in the Nike+ sensor gave out just as I was coming around the final turn in my route. It looks like the life of the chip is about the same as the other two I’ve gone through: between 125 and 150 mi. That’s a bit lame, as at $30, I’m paying something like $0.20 per mile, which is more expensive than gasoline at this point. But … for the motivation it provides, I guess it’s worth it.
Pace looks good, too. I say w00t again!