She's finally fixed. Took the afternoon off work and my awesome neighbor drove me down to the dealership to pick her up. Not real happy with the bill, but it could have been worse. Was pissed at some comments the service manager made when I called last Saturday to pick it up, but the minute I walked in the door he apologized and told me about the day he had. Guess you can't be tight with people and expect to be treated like family and then not reciprocate, so I decided to accept the apology. Anyway, they finally found a broken strand in a wire that runs from the MAP Sensor to the ECM. He thought, and it seems logical, that might be why this is the second MAP sensor to go out in the past 4 years. He said they had a hell of a time finding it because the wire was showing continuity, but I guess they somehow ran another test that showed even though it was not fully broken it wasn't sending enough voltage or something. I understand the basics, but not the details. Anyway, even though the old checkbook is a little lighter, I think they lost their ass because I know they put at least 10-12 hours into it and I didn't pay for anywhere near that much labor. Took the loooooonngggg way home and have a weekend of riding planned. Appropriately the first song that came on the playlist as I rolled away from the dealership was "Don't know what you got" by Cinderella. It's been a long 6 weeks I have been chasing this problem, about 3 on my own and almost 3 at the dealership because of my work schedule. I've got a lot of miles to make up that I've missed.