I highly advise, if you want the most out of your investment, Dyno it.
I recommend using Dan Kyle's map.
I used it, He's damn good.
I had the bike Dyno'd at Spectrum Motorsports Ducati/Aprilia in Irvine CA for the fine tuning.
After 3 hrs. of work it only gained 1bhp & 1 ft-lb of torque over Dans settings.
The big change was the air-fuel ratio It was a low 12 & wavy,Now almost a perfect straight 13!,as dyno readings go. One of the best they have seen.
The bikes rideability improved and no exhaust smell.Roll on's,Roll off's,smooth as glass.
It was, in my opinion, well worth it.You twist the throttle,it responds.
Steady state cruse,smooth.You can crawl it at 2 mph-5mph,No chugging.
There is no way to tell,unless your sniffer is CARB approved,how the air fuel mix is set, rich or lean,without an inferred hooked up.
Even the button tuning won't tell you what it's doing,it's a guess at best.
At the very least you will see on the print out exactly how the PC3 is working & if your map is even close to being right.