Finally got the Cobb AP installed this morning. I initially installed the 91 octane stage 1 map due to everyone saying it was better than the 93 map. Peak boost on the 91 map was 19.92 psi, but on average it is hitting 19.5-ish. The max boost run that produced that number was in 2nd gear. I was seeing 17-18 psi in first gear, but the gear run out is so short it's hard for me to visually read the gauge. I can't really tell on the butt-dyno if the engine is making any more power but I plan on doing a dyno test in a few weeks with all three maps (stock, 91 and 93) just so I can document the output differences on paper. I also tried the 93 octane stage 1 map and concur with others findings that it's not nearly as "responsive" as the 91 map. I have a feeling Cobb is going to want to go back to the drawing board in regards to the 93 map. I still think the 91 octane stage 1 map could be tweaked for a smidge more for a 93 octane car. Boost seems to taper down a bit too much as rpm climbs. I think I remember reading that the 93 map doesn't have quite the taper down and runs 1-2 psi higher at upper rpm. It just appears as if the A/F ratio targets are set too rich on the 93 map and that could be an issue. The engine seems a bit muffled compared to the 91. I was kind of hoping to see peak psi around at least 20.5 psi. Mine seems to be displaying peak boost numbers with nothing erratic showing up like others have. I only drove the FiST about 12 miles since I installed the 91 map. Wondering if all the short/long term fuel trims and speed density learning are erased with the reflash (I would think they would be). Overall I like the AP and can't wait for the Racer Access to be released.