I like it. I am not saying its better or worse than the competition. Its a bit cheaper which is always a plus, and more friendly ONCE you get a handle on it. Only bad thing is changes have to be done with a laptop, and couldnt be done in the lanes as fast as some of the others with push buttons.
The support ISNT there from MSD like with the others out there with a quick phone call.
What made you swap out your AMS-1000 to the MSD?I just swapped from an AMS-1000 to an MSD, did some passes this last weekend. I like it so far. The software is complex and I'm still learning it, but I think I will like it better in the long run. I'm still using the AMS on my street car. Its nice that is so simple to use and it doesn't require a laptop.
I always see people talk about making changes in the lanes and the inability to do so with an MSD. I always make changes based off data, not what the other cars/people are saying in the lanes.
Here in a week or so, I'll turn mine up and see how it goes vs what the AMS did before.