As a Tuner I try to put as much information as I can on my tunes so that a user knows exactly what to install and can just get in the car and start driving. Of course my setup may not be a perfect match for others driving style/preferences so they may just use it as a "base tune" for their own adjustments. With that in mind I do think a split between tunes that specify exactly what parts to install and settings to use and those where the poster says install all parts and gives a list of numbers would be good. Some of those "base tunes" are very good and may be the result of a conversation spanning pages, especially when people start discussing and posting tunes for Seasonal TTs. Others are exactly what they've been called, "base tunes" and are simply someone's quick off the cuff guesstimates. One set is the car you pick up from the local speed shop after they've finished massaging it. The other is the big pile of Fed Ex boxes in the corner of your garage, could be great if you can ever figure out what goes where.