All of this.Whats weird to me is that for how much they are investing in time and resources to developing an end-user solution, they are pretty vacant when it comes to their social media presence and garnering enthusiasm for their product, especially when it comes to this site. I remember when Tom Dorris was making ECMlink V2 for the DSM's, he was insanely active on both the main dsm site and his own product forums, answering questions, taking feedback about new and possible things that could be adjusted, showing little screenshots of everything, etc.
Im still trying to be hopeful but at this point, im sure ill have a totally different car by the time something worthwhile comes to fruition. Then again, like with the DSMs, they never got a good end-user solution until years after they were out of production. Maybe we will have to wait until a bk2 2.0t is in the $8-10k range and some bored guy with the programming know-how and time on his hands comes along and isnt satisfied with the status-quo and decides to make his own.
With the software co. I work for, when they decided to do a ground up rebuild of the software a few years back, they sent out emails to current customers monthly, had sales do cold calls to depts that might have left us for different software, posted on our FB page, etc.
How can you garner enthusiasm about a product when you keep it secret from the public? Sure, they're not keeping it entirely secret, but they're not exactly giving up promising updates either, IMO.
I, too, foresee myself owning a different car before a true handheld tuner is available for this market. Unfortunately.