Gave the new MacOS loader a whirl this evening. This is a late 2010 MacBook Air, running the latest OS, 10.7.3, Lion, with the latest Java update.
The latest beta TunerStudio talks to the MS just fine, but I get this error message with the new firmware flasher:
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Or type a device path (default: /dev/ttyS0): /dev/tty.usbserial
Scanning serial device: /dev/tty.usbserial ..
No valid ports or ECUs found. Cannot load firmware without communications.
For what it's worth, the onboard MS3 USB port refuses to initialize on either of my Mac's, even tried removing the daughterboard, I get an error in the system log file about "AppleUSBCDC: start - initDevice failed" each time I plug it in, and it never enumerates in /dev.. Strange.. Worked a month ago when I worked on the truck last.
And the old Mac firmware loader doesn't want to work either, which is really odd, since it worked before, and TS works fine. Wish I could give more definitive results. I'll plug away at this again tomorrow and try to get past my problems.
BTW, wouldn't it be best if TunerStudio handled the firmware flashing? It'd be in a GUI environment, one app to handle the whole thing....