He opened up the coilovers and the bypasses once, made a valving change in all of them, then had me make about 5 passes across his test track, making adjustments to the bypasses every time, based on my feeback and what he saw. Night and day better day. I think better than it was when I bought it, and it was tuned by Fox at KOH '11.
The "fast guys" were making passes across his test track at 45-50. 30-35 was enough for me. I really had no desire to drive my rig any faster than that. After I made the passes, the zip ties he put on my bumps were still in the mid range of travel, so I could have definitely pushed it harder. He said it looked great to him, and it felt great to me. Honestly, I know the car has more in it, but I'm just not confident to drive it that fast yet.
He normally charges $300/half day, but he only charged me $150, since he hardly hardly had to do anything. Best money I've ever spent.