Not quite sure what the beef is. You obviously went to a dyno shop that monitors the dyno runs but expects you to do the tuning! You didn't break any speeding laws, you're not going to ruin your engine with 5,000 rpm "blasts", and you were able to get hands on experience and gain 40 horses! You could have went to the shop, dropped your car off, told them your expectations, and demanded dyno sheets as proof of what they did. That would have cost more money, I'll bet!