@Master Weasel, I sort of know how you feel regarding the "Tranny Bug". I don't tune my cars either. I rely on others who publish tunes. Usually, I drive "replica" tunes, but I also have the regular type of tunes on some of my cars as well. Anyway, I found a work around for a lot of the tunes that I thought were now screwed because of the bug. Let me try to explain it to you. Let's say that you have a tune which calls for you to set the transmission with the flip method: Set Default Set Final to 4.420 Set Auto Max Speed at 230kmh / 149mph Adjust each gear : 1st 3.150 2nd 2.000 3rd 1.560 4th 1.240 5th 1.030 6th 0.860 Set Final : 4.000 We know that this transmission is going to be a victim of the "Tranny Bug" and reset to default once your tires hit the track because the tuning instructions call for moving the Final Gear AFTER you've moved the Max Speed slider. We know that THAT is what triggers the Tranny Bug. What you need to do is find a Max Speed setting that will allow ALL of the gear ratios called for in that particular tune. In this case, setting a Max Speed of 180mph works!! So does 174mph and 168mph... So, in order to set the transmission from the tune above we would do the following: Set Default Set Final to 4.000 Set Auto Max Speed at 168mph (174 or 180 also work) Adjust each gear : 1st 3.150 2nd 2.000 3rd 1.560 4th 1.240 5th 1.030 6th 0.860 You notice there is no moving of the Final Gear after setting the individual gear ratios. We already put in the correct Final Gear before we touched 1st gear. Yes, I know that you don't want to have to mess around like this -- you just want the old way of doing things back. Well, so do I and many others. However, at least this method DOES work so you can continue to use your existing tunes without fear of a transmission resetting on you... I wouldn't be surprised if there is a transmission tune out there that can't use the method I just described. Probably if it has a very high or very low Final Gear -- But I'm just guessing.