I hope that Tim does not mind that I posted this here. This poll is intended to help us decide if we should release our in-house data viewer tool to the sim racing community. Our current position is that we would love to release the tool, but that the time and work required to get the tool released and the support work required would mean that would we have to bring somebody onto the team just to manage the sim racing community. Whilst we have the tool in a state that we use for real world racing, there are a few areas that need to be improved to bring the full feature set of sim racing to the application, including real time telemetry support, pit wall timing wheel analysis etc. We have the experience of F1 engineers, so we know what we should implement if we committed to this. Along with this work, we would also need to setup a web portal where users could download trial versions, a web forum where bug and features could be registered etc. These may seem like simple steps but we like to do things properly so if we are going to do it we will do it well. This means making sure that any users have full support via emails and forums etc. So, the main question we have, is what sort of market exists for such a tool. Through the rFactor, rF2, pCars, AC forums there are a small number of users who are actively seeking a real time data analysis tool, but are there enough users that would be willing to pay for such a tool to cover the costs of supporting it? We would like to know via this poll/forum what the feeling is regarding such a tool in a pay for use model. We are thinking that the cost of the application would have to be in the region of $15 to $20 per user per year just to cover the support costs, maybe more, and for that the application would include all the features of MoTeC (plus realtime and a whole lot more) for the main racing sims, rF, rF2, pCars, AC, Race07 etc. Of course if we have 10,000 people interested then the costs would be significantly less. Potentially we could offer a system where the tool is licensed per sim for a reduced rate, for example $10 for the tool including 1 sim, then $5 per additional sim? Whilst we would love to release the viewer app, the costs and time to get the app out to the larger sim racing community mean that we need to invest a considerable amount of our business where there could be no return. We are not trying to make money on this, we just want to make sure we don't jeopardise our real world racing team by trying to support the viewer when we have no resource. Your thoughts would be very much appreciated, they will help us make our decision.