I wish I could say I'm pleased with this thing....I mean I'm not entirely disappointed, but definitely a little aggravated. I did the plug and play auto adapt process, and that was unimpressive. After 500 or so miles the bike is just flat, feels restrained, down on power and less than 150 miles to a tank of fuel. I got a chance to diddle with it some this afternoon, found the .mpp file for a '19 1260 in the RB software folder, uploaded it and went for a ride. This one is much better, bike is snappy and a lot livelier than before, so that's nice......pulled a plug and it didn't look awful so fingers crossed. Before I left I noticed the auto adapt map was all zero's now, and when I came back those #'s had changed, so I assume it's building off the .mpp I uploaded? Or building from an all zero's map? I've no idea since the software manual doesn't really explain anything. I also read in another forum that I'm supposed to go a couple hundred miles, then take the auto adapted map, set it as the base map and go a couple hundred miles again, set that auto adapt map to the base, etc. etc. Unfortunately the software manual doesn't explain much of anything, soooo. I pulled the auto adapt map and saved it, then pulled it up and uploaded to the unit, but the map values matched the original .mpp and not what I thought I had saved. Has anyone been down this road or do you all just install it and forget about it? I'll put a bunch of miles on it with the .mpp for the 1260, if the mileage comes up to a reasonable level I'll probably call it good.