I apologize about the long post, but I would like to share an experience with an independent service facility in Salt Lake City, Utah so hopefully no one will have to go through the heartache and monetary expenditure I have. I own a 2000 360 with the F1 transmission. I had issues with the transmission sticking in gear (accumulator or power unit needs rebuilt) and my local independent service facility did not have the software or expertise to work on the system. So they referred me to a shop in Salt Lake City, Utah which is not far away (my local shop has been great through this whole situation). The shop in Salt Lake assured me they could do the work -remove and reinstall the power unit and F1 actuator, and adjust the PIS. They run a Lamborghini and Mercedes race car at Utah Motorsports Complex, so on outside appearances, appear to be a competent and experienced shop. The shop in Salt Lake removed the power unit only (both the power unit and F1 actuator were to be sent to GTE Engineering for a full rebuild) and eventually shipped the actuator, but did not package either component with due diligence, so both were damaged in shipping. They also did not insure either package, so I paid for the damages (they refused to take responsibility for the shipping damages and not insuring the packages). After being shipped back, the hydraulic lines were crossed and after a week of trying to figure out how to install the lines correctly (they blamed the instructions from the Ferrari workshop manual for the error) they eventually connected the lines correctly. Long story short, multiple TCU fault codes were thrown, and when I picked up the car (two months later), I was told there were no readable codes and the light would turn off after I drove the car for a while. When the light didn't turn off, I took the car to the Ferrari dealer, who utilized an SD3 to determine that the shop in Salt Lake City had either damaged the third gear shift fork (transmission will need to be replaced or rebuilt) or the actuator is damaged. The Master Technician told me the car should have never left the shop, and he had never seen so many codes stored in a TCU. They were so numerous he couldn't print all of them out. Needles to say the car is being shipped out of state to be repaired correctly by an experienced shop with impeccable resume. I really want to thank this community for the opportunity to share knowledge and experiences. Thank you for allowing me the opportunity to share this experience, if it is outside the guidelines of community standards, then please delete my post.