I prefer the Power Commander as well, but that's because I do tuning and the Power Commander is really more for those who like to do some tweaking around.
If you're looking for plug it in and forget it, I'd go with the Fuel Pak. It's easy and V&H has good support.
To my knowledge, they all disable the O2s, the Power Commander has you actually unplug the sensors, and the Fuel Pak just turns them off in the calibration.
Now, something else to consider..... if you want the ULTIMATE setup, get the Power Commander, and get the Auto Tune upgrade for it. The Auto Tune upgrade adds wide band O2s into the exhaust and the computer makes actual, accurate fuel adjustments in real time. BUT, keep in mind that the 2010 exhaust uses these new little O2s. So if you plan to get the auto tune setup, I suggest getting the 09 dual pipe setup, so that you can just put the wide band O2s into the stock locations. Or if you're going to use a brand other than V&H, make sure they come with the large O2 bungs.
Sal - 2010 Vivid Black FLTRX
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