Keep in mind that most of the stuff I tune are fairly hyper motors used for racing only. Taking the laptop for a ride is generally not possible. I do use VEAL on the dyno but that is used to get the motor close enough to get it to the track. I also use the dyno to find what AFR this motor wants to make the best power on the wideband installed in the car. I also find the best WOT timing on the dyno.
I use use three views to verify the tunehttp://www.nbs-stl.com/tuning/Tuned%20T ... 20Fuel.png
I normally look at lots of data and create filters to toss out all data where the [Engine] >1 I am looking for no clear pattern of lean or rich. I tend to hand tune. Clear rich areas get adjusted leaner by about 5% Clear lean areas get adjusted richer by about 5% I like to have SD primary table 1 with a multiply by AN table 2.
The way I verify the lambda delay is I hold the motor at light accel and then stab the throttle. I look in the logs for how long it took for the AFR to notice the sudden change in airflow and then recover.http://www.nbs-stl.com/CRX/AE%20Testing.png
On this install the AFR will be ignored for about .15 sec.