Hi, As I have just had this problem with the citreon saxo, I now realise it is time to chip. I know chipping has been discussed millions of times so I appologise in advance. I have narrowed the choice down to two companies:- AmD APR I was going to go for the AmD one-click device but I keep getting mixed stories from them. I phoned AmD and asked what the performance gains would be on a one-click for a 210bhp S3. I was told +40 bhp (which would take the car to 250bhp). This I thought seems quite low for a chipped S3 so I asked whether a (old fashioned) remap would produce higher results. AmD told me that the one click would produce the same results as the traditional remap and all that was different was the delivery method (serial port rather than soldering iron) They then said that if I had the 225bhp S3, this would give the extra 40bhp as quoted which would take the car to 265bhp. (This is more like it). Now this is where the confusion starts :- I thought the 210bhp model and the 225bhp model produced the same results when chipped? Is this right or did I dream it! AmD said that this wasn't the case which has left me all confused. If you look at their web site, it clearly shows that the traditional remap produces and extra 60-65 bhp for the 210, and 40-45 bhp increase for the 225. Looking at this I think i'm right! I would prefer to go to AmD but all this confusion has tempted me towards looking else where. This is the first time I have chipped a car and I know that AmD know what they are talking about, which makes this painfull. Does anyone on here know the answers to my questions? Is the one-click the same as the remap, just a different delivery method? What gains could I expect? Anyone care to share their experiences with their APR remap? I am thinking of going to awesome gti to get it done. As they don't have a rolling road, anyone had it done and then had it rolling roaded? Sorry about all the questions and the long post. P.S This message is not intended to have a go at AmD as I know they are very reputable and good at what they do. I just would like some clear answers before I spend my hard earned! Thanks Rich.