Just to make this a dialog,
I guess in the multiple years I owned the V1 it came out of my closet once, that was to unmarry it. If you think flashing with RR is anything but slick you are spoiled and should try a V1.
I don't personally have any need for launch control. When I start tracking it it won't be at a strip. Switching would be nice, but not for just a realtime map. I never really trusted that would be optimum as in the V1 not all parameters could be changed. If e85 becomes available locally I would like to use it consistently but would likely have to clear it out and load up a 93 octane base map if I travel. I don't see a need for an aggressive map vs. street map. I want all my maps to be reasonably aggressive but safe to run hard all the time if the fuel can support it.
I've had one cel in my 6 years (knock on wood), but did have to stop to get it cleared. It actually sucked because I had been flying all day and wanted to get the 2 hr. drive from the airport done.
I like having a normal boost gauge.
Checking IAM & KC would be convenient, but otherwise I don't understand how the logging works with a V2. Also I don't mean $500 worth of convenient by any means (to me). How do you get it to output a spreadsheet? Seems like a laptop is involved there more likely than not. How much can you display at one time - i.e. can someone watch multiple parameters on the screen while you are making a pull with an untested map? Can you synch a wideband with it (so it logs along with other parameters in the same pull with the same time reference)? If not that last one is a deal breaker for me.