I am not a tuner and my PT is the first experience I have ever had with a piggyback ECU of any kind. I wanted a simple solution that would work out of the box to enrich the OEM mixture and I got that. I wanted a boost in midrange torque and I got that. A bonus was the ability to tweak the setup for anything that I did not like. In my case, that was a too abrupt throttle response from idle. I also appreciate having the entire map laid out in front of me because I have a curious mind and it is interesting to see how non-linear fueling and timing modifications are when you use dyno testing to optimize a map, which I assume PT did to create the their base Hima map. Another bonus is that the base map works fine with both the OEM exhaust and the Delkevic system that I bought. And I have an easy way forward if I ever decide to get the Hitchcocks big bore kit. At the time, I paid US $279 for my PT purchased online from their US Website. That's not much more $ than a BP. To sum up, I have no interest in sitting at a laptop trying to squeeze extra hp out of my Hima. That is best left to the professionals IMO.