I used multiple data points last year at a variety of tracks. If you read my statement above, I was not complaining that I needed more... I said I wasn't sure if we needed more, nothing, OR less (if we had overdone it). This is why the dyno is important, because if I gain 5hp when I dyno tune it then we will need to re-evaluate. That being said, my A/F and timing were good, so I don't think I will gain anything, but it still needs to be done.
This weekend was not a great data point for me because I got lucky with people going off and battling behind me, and as a result didn't do much wheel to wheel, which is where I have had the majority of issues with the 1.6. That being said, Justin did, and he is one great data point from this weekend. Also, I found it interesting that none of us could run the times that were set during the championship race last year, but hopefully that was just down to track conditions (the champ race was run at 9am vs our afternoon races this weekend).
That being said, if you're asking for my personal opinion, I think that things are looking very very good in terms of parity, so thank you to the SMAC for trying to give the 1.6 the little push it needed. Looking forward to more data, at more tracks, with all four different miatas, under different conditions!