I think on EK we're paying maybe a touch more than with Flick, but I don't have to keep looking at power prices and the risk of a blowout is much reduced. Hour of power savings 18 - 22%, limited by the 60A fuse that I don't want to blog on the pole - I could productively use a little more power without wastage. I'm slowly ramping up the hour of power usage. It's costing us $9.70 per day, that's heat pumps keeping the whole house warm (21 - 22 degrees) all day with wife + baby home, using the dishwasher and clothes drier regularly, etc.
Last year we had the heat pumps on only when we were home, mornings and evenings. Keeping the heating on during the day the house feels much warmer - heated to the core rather than just heating the air. I think even if no-one was there during the day we'd probably keep the heat on low in future. Costs a bit more, not a lot, in our old well insulated house.