That's not what has me wound up, I contacted them and we settled that issue.
Consider this though, Powerchip has claimed to have software for the MS45 ECU for a while now. Long before the big boys like AA, Technik, or even Conforti could figure out the encryption on the new ECUs.
The only company to have software for the MS45s was Dinan, and that's because they work closely with BMW, and they assisted in their cracking of the encryption.
Please tell me how a company like Powerchip, who produce chips for all sorts of cars, and do not specialize in BMW, were able to crack the complicated encryption on the new ECUs in our E46's, while guys like Jim Conforti (who has been doing it for years), Technik, and AA were still unable to figure out the code.
Look at that dynochart they provided. Anyone with Adobe Photoshop can fix up a chart that looks like that. Opposed to AA who have tested and installed the software on several cars whose owners are on this board.