Here's a good question for everyone here. When commuting, which feature(s) of your cyclecomputer are the most important?
For me it's the speed and the current time while I'm riding. The distance traveled I only check every now and then and is of more importance once I'm either at my destination or when I'm done for the day. My current cyclecomputer has not only the usual distance, and overall cumulative distance but it also a second distance "meter" (for want of a better word). I use the Dist 1, for daily mileage and Dist 2 for keeping track of weekly distance ridden and of course the odometer keeps track of the total cumulative miles ridden.
It also has a time ridden, average speed ridden, and a max speed ridden. It also has something of a cadence function to it. That works with the average speed.
So what function(s) on the cyclecomputer do you find most helpful when commuting?