Don't just ask for invites. A better idea would be to tell me/us:
1. What your current setup is (hardware, tune, etc)
2. What your prior tuning experience is
3. What your technical background is
4. What your goals are
This really is a red pill or blue pill situation. You take the red pill, you'll lose your current tune if you have one and you'll retune your car from scratch. You'll need to learn a lot of new stuff. You may never live in peace again because you'll always have the ability to tweak. You'll see the world of tuning differently and you won't sleep as easy at night. The red pill isn't for everyone.
Those questions are a good baseline as it actually helps me answer my own questions pertaining to what I want from my build. I've been running OTS Stage 2 tunes from EQT and Stratified; running the recommended hardware (fmic, full exhaust, and intake). I have no tuning experience but I am a systems engineer (IT) so I'm fairly technical. Not really looking for anything crazy, just wanted more understanding of tuning and possibly having a more refined tune.
I think the whole "make it my own" got to my head. Maybe I shouldn't with my daily