I used to do Hondata s300 tuning like 12 years ago, so I'm familiar with that, but now apparently Crome isn't really supported? Supposedly, the developer for crome stopped development, disappeared and sold the PRO server to Xenocron, and they're now the only seller for Crome Pro licenses. Neptune RTP looks like a better option than using a chip-emulator and burner, because it's all in one, and it'll do bluetooth. $400. Ostrich+Burner is the time-honored solution, but crome's lack of development, and potentially going unsupported has me concerned, especially since I'd have to buy Pro to get datalogging and a datalogger attachment. ~$350 Hondata s300v3 is $500, I should be able to pop out a tune for that almost immediately because of my familiarity with it, but is it worth the extra $100 to have the hondata level of support? Local shops will dyno tune anything, so that's not an issue, especially since I can just trailer the car to wherever.