Yes, some form of product registration upon purchase that would allow us to subscribe to email updates, news and possible upgrades with newer Peake products would be a great step towards ultimate customer service. What I don't understand is seems like this problem with inaccurate tables started just recently with the latest version of the FCX-III, the older FCX's never had this problem as far as I know so you'd think they would thouroughly test out their new products before selling, there arent that many BMW models to go through, they could just go to Bimmerforums or another site to advertise for volunteers/testers and offer discounts on their products to those who showed up as well as a free reading...Rather than every peake tool owner calling him, you'd think there would be one central place where he could get news out to all of us. If the reader is giving false codes, then that means it is somewhat still under construction...it's got some bugs. No biggie- no cursing or blowing up. I bought mine last fall so it is already "wrong" in some respect. I think he needs to find a place to get info out to all his customers rather than just the ones who call. I love my Peake, but I wish I could upgrade its software as Peake irons out the bugs. That is what would take me from happy to VERY damn happy. Anyone feel as I do or am I seeing it wrong? Again, no stones being cast. I'm glad we have what we have.