I kind of did. I did get my monitors reset (all but the evap, which wouldn't get me busted during a test, which is coming up this year), I am not exactly sure when they all were done, but it was between 340 and 386 miles and between 10-12 cold starts, some warm starts thrown in when running errands).
As far as whether it is plugging the Range device in or pulling it out that set the monitors to "not ready" (assuming you have to pull it out for emissions), I assumed it was when pulling it out, as Sparksalot did have his monitors (except evap) showing ready after putting his in. I was going to test it with the Y cable to be certain it is when pulling it out, but my emissions will be coming up soon and if I got the notice, I didn't want to have to drive some 400 miles to reset the monitors again before going down and getting the test.
I will say that I just ordered 4 new O2 sensors as I was going through my maintenance records, checking to see what I have done and what might be coming up and found I had never replaced any O2 sensors since new. That may have had an impact on how long it took to reset the monitors as O2 sensors were two of the monitors "not ready" for most of the driving time. I suspect how long it takes to reset monitors may have something to do with the condition of the emissions equipment in the car. My stuff is mostly all original, with only the EVAP selonoid having been replaced at 63K.
Anyway, I sold my Range device on eBay. I got $150 for it, so I was happy.