I understand that the Flash Tune software is inferior to Woolich. I am making the best of what I have, and so far, I don't see a reason to spend $700 to switch to Woolich with wideband 02 sensor. I understand the maps are crap that someone basically copy and pasted over all the tables. I do most of my tuning based on real world riding and will only dyno the bike when I feel like it is well optimized. As far as dyno tuning goes, I think turning the traction control to 0 should be fine, although it will probably still pop a wheel speed sensor fault. Even if it can't be dynoed properly, the PCV autotune module has been proving effective for tuning afr's while riding. After the autotune has sample for a few hundred miles of riding, I put the trims into the ECU's fuel tables directly. The goal is to get the fuel tables close enough that the power commander will no longer be making adjustments except for atmosphere changes. The ignition timing is an entirely different challenge, but that's the fun. In short, yes the software and supplied maps are crap, but I am having fun fixing them and I just want to share my progress with anyone who might have the same problems so we can learn together. If anyone want to look at my map and suggest changes, I would appreciate constructive criticism.