I've just started toying around with the 'full version' Torque app on Android and was considering starting a thread on DIY Diagnostics. This is unlikely to be good as a 'real' software and hardware setup or like the service CJ offers on diagnostics, stickied at the top of this forum. This idea if you can call it that was born out of the issues I had going back to the hesitation/misfire thread a couple of months ago and even with all the helpful advice given, the troubleshooting was all a bit spanners n hammers so to speak. Maybe a digital diagnostics could have pointed to the issue sooner or least collaborated with the manual diagnostics. As the majority of us aren't mechanics then maybe collectively we can look at information obtained and the mechanics among us can offer advice on the information we post. Obviously I am not suggesting we limit this thread to just Android/Torque so any systems you use can be freely posted. This can also include basic skills to obtain this information. In a nutshell the Torque (app) logs this information as a CSV file, open it in a spreadsheet using strictly the COMMA as the separator. The spreadsheet used and chart creation was done in the free Open Office suite. So this was the first date capture and log which was just a short run of around 1200 seconds (20mins). Around halfway ( 600secs) you can see my foot down on the throttle then immediately off, I hope to dig into the Fuel Trim information as this may have shown the issue during my hesitation/misfire issue (fuel line leakage). I can't remember what I done around 280secs , maybe turned the engine off but left the key on as coolant temp dropped and RPM died completely. TPS seems to always sit around 10%, don't know if this is how it should be. Throttle body is clean and don't have any idle issues. I don't have any known issues with the car, this could be viewed as a baseline of sorts!