The F3 option will allow you to run the car, watch the wideband gauge to see what the air/fuel ratio is doing, then go back to your computer and burn a new tune on the chip, and plug it in and go for another drive. Kind of "clunky" but is a cheaper option that many people have used with success (including myself).
This option does realtime tuning (engine running) as well as realtime datalogging of all parameters. This is certainly the best "stock ecu" option going right now. Should make the tuning process a lot less time consuming but is more expensive than the F3 option.
Last thing you need is some knowledge of what turbo engines need as far as timing, fueling, etc. is concerned.