I'm in Georgia, and I only charge at home. I plug-in at home every night and only exceed the electric range a couple of days per week. So far I'm only buying gas every 6-8 weeks, as opposed to filling up weekly as I did in my prior minivan. In addition, I've taken 4 long trips (1000+ miles round trip) and I can get about 400 miles per tank instead of barely 300. So even when I don't/can't plug-in to charge, the hybrid engine will recover energy and boost my gas mileage. After 6 months and 9000 miles, I drove about 41% electric overall.To cover my needs in a State (Florida) where the only outlet is at home.
I ordered a 2017 before last spring's recall, so I didn't get a deal on my car and GA doesn't have any EV incentives any more... just the Federal Tax Credit. But that was enough to make the Pacifica cost-competitive with the ICE version. I admit that I had some concerns getting the first model year, but my old van was on its last legs and no-one else was offering a hybrid minivan (plug-in or otherwise) and the hybrid SUVs that I test-drove didn't meet my needs.
As far as the electronics issues, those seem to mainly be reported in the new UConnect release that came out last summer... and I expect all FCA vehicles with the new UConnect are having similar issues, not just the Pacifica Hybrid. Although I sometimes wish I had the Apple/Android connectivity in the newer version, I am relieved that the older version has been extremely stable, even when updates were released last September. It also leads me to believe that they get the issues fixed in the new version eventually.