OK heres' the griff after yesterday's session at Revo. I tested first production map for the 2.0Tdi DSG with Mitchell from Revo yesterday, he then made a couple of adjustments which removed the hole in the midrange and really smoothed out the lower end. This has the effect of removing the 'driveline shunt' effect from the gearbox. Basically its very smooth and much more tractable. It felt like my old manual PD150 Golf with the stage 2 remap. We took the car to Stealth Racing for 3 RR runs, apart from problems with the gearbox not wanting to shift if the handbrake was on everything went smoothly. The car made 187.7bhp @ 3843 rpm and 293.9lb ft @ 3010 rpm, the three runs were virtually identical and the curves are very smooth. (I'll post them once they're scanned). Revo have a PD140 Gof which makes 203 bhp and 317lb ft, but the curves look like the North Face of the Eiger, so the next piece of work is to take the settings from my car apply them to the Golf and then adjust the fuelling up by 2mg/sec and see if the curves come out as smooth. If so that will become the Stage 2 map, which should give 200bhp and 300lb ft. I now have a car which is very smooth, the DSG work beautifully and still does 50+mpg even when given some stick. Yup I'm happy!