I thought I'd post up a little info. The differences between lite and full are listed here:Product Comparison
We started supporting the EVO1-3 ECU back about a year ago with our first V3Lite release. I really liked the car and I wanted to offer something for that platform, but I wasn't sure how much interest there would be.
So we created this "lite" version that required less porting work and could get out there with less effort (less testing and less support issues). The idea was to see if interest grew and we could justify the effort required to port a full release over.
Honestly, though, there really hasn't been much interest. The guys that have it really seem to like it and are really interested in doing more with it. But it seems hard to get more people on board. I'm not sure why. Maybe we're not doing a good enough job of advertising the feature set. I don't think I've made any mention of it on any "EVO" board other than this one, for example. So maybe I need to get out there more and start spreading the word.
Regardless, it's hard to stop everything we're working on for a couple weeks and port the full release over on the EVO1-3s given the current interest level. I know it would make some existing customers happier, which is always a good thing, but I don't think it would encourage any new customers to come in. It's definitely on the table, though.
It might help if we knew which specific features of the full package that aren't available on the lite that you're most interested in. If it turns out that boost control is the main thing everyone wants, then we can consider adding just that. But if some want customized output controls (nitrous, water injection, etc.) and some want to run a GM MAF straight to the ECU and some want the higher resolution deadtime, etc., then we really have to consider a full port and that's a bit more to bite off.