Just an interesting observation with my 2.0 for anyone who might care. I installed an oil catch can on my 2019 at approx. 750mi on the odo and I've had to empty it 3 times, each at about 250mi intervals. I was getting very concerned for the amount of oil it was collecting and couldn't get any information online - everyone I asked online had their cans installed well after their engines were broken in. I decided to watch and wait it out over the next few hundred miles, hoping and speculating that the excessive blow by was due to the piston rings. Checking my OCC on my 4th 250mi interval today, at 1,750mi, there was barely a drop of oil in there. First of all, what a freakin relief! I'm not highly literate with engines but from what I've learned through my own research, the connection was the piston rings not being fully sealed yet. I'm open to learning about anything that I may have gotten wrong or misunderstand here, but 1,500 miles seems like a lot for an engine to break in considering all the information floating around about it needing only 750-1,000 miles. My cars been running fine and getting decent mpg since owning it. I hope my next 250mi check returns with similar results!