Jody has always tuned for single shots. As far as the XLE PCM's are concerned, around 5 yrs ago when the DPC-422(late 99) PCM's became harder to get Jody spent months working on the XLE programming to "ACT" like his PMT version. Through us
there is no reason to upgrade to a late 99 PCM if you are an Early 99 PCM.
Well I don't have DP tunes nor do you offer tuning on TS 6pos switches. At least from your website anyway. Also not everyone has DP tunes. So for quickhorse then I agree it would be a waste of money if you say what is true about Jody tuning the XLE's. But I'm sure someone else out there can and probably will debate that. I won't debate be because I'm not a tuner, and am just going by what other tuners have suggested.
For me, the money is worth it because I have been in a couple of trucks with less upgrades than mine and seem to run better than mine with the dpc422. Plus. I have two TS chips so I can still run tunes all the time without having to wait for a chip to come back if I want something changed.
Quickhorse- do not spend money on this. Your PCM is fine. If it dies and you can't find an Early 99 PCM you can use a late 99 PCM if need be.
hucorey- Comparing the late 99 PCM to a dual core processor is a stretch. LOL Dual core is more compared to the 6.7.
It will blow your mind.
I would compare a 6.7PS as a windows 7 with quadcore