First of all, you do have all the cables as well as the CD with the WinPv software, or at least the WinPv program on your computer right? If so, your first order of business would be to hook your PowerVision up to your computer and do an update. (The downloads link I provided has information on how to do that if you're not familiar with the process). I believe the update will load the latest tunes to your PowerVision. Alternatively you can download the tunes from Dynojet's website to your computer, to the WinPv program and finally to your tuner. The instructions available from their download page will help you. If you're unsure which tune to select, contact their tech support. They're friendly and helpful.
Neither Fuel Moto nor Dynojet might have a map for your exact configuration but they'll get you close enough at which point you would run a few Autotunes to dial it in a little better.
If you purchase a PowerVision from Fuel Moto, they'll load a tune based on your configuration. Thereafter, if you make changes or want a different map, you request it from their website. They'll then email you a tune. Be patient. It takes about 3 working days, but they'll it get to you. They've got a special on the PowerVision this month, so if you wanted to take that route, you could always sell yours to help pay for the one you get from Fuel Moto.
Might be worth a call to Dynojet to see what they're charging for a license, and save yourself a couple hundred bucks. Visit their website and read the FAQs.
For tunes, follow the link below. Plug in you bike's information (year, make, model, engine size) and it will populate the tunes available for your bike. If I remember correctly, these same tunes download to your PowerVision when you do an update.
Power Vision Tunes
The link below should answer some of your questions about obtaining a license from Dynojet.
This link takes you to their downloads page. The downloads take mere seconds, they're informative and should be able to answer most your questions.
Power Vision Downloads