The benefits generally are there - or LR wouldn't have bothered. The question is: with your particular use of the car will you see the improvement? Possibly not on many systems including the engine. There was a TCM update that improved shifting noticeably but I'm don't think it's applicable to your transmission. Updates to Bluetooth modules are often very noticeable - here again I'm not sure about the 2010's off-hand. Ask Patrick @support. He'll be able to provide you with the info.Good response. I work in IT so I'm familiar with firmware destroying things. Sounds like if I do my research I should be OK. Really just wondering if there's any benefit, etc to updating.
FYI, I'm a big fan of the tool even at its current price point. Make the investment once and roll it through the Land Rovers I own now and in the future with a small fee. I imagine I'll have 1 or 2 Rovers until I die, which is hopefully, many, many years from now.
I do hope we'll be able to provide you with diagnostics to the 'end'... Technology is advancing so rapidly, tho. Maybe we'll be able to provide you with a better solution in a couple of years - even if you're still driving the 2010 then.
Eloist: the i930 is a great little bit of kit at the price it goes for. If it would have been around 10-12 years ago, GAP Diagnostic might well never have come to be. But it wasn't, and today it's functionality is rather primitive. You can't beat the price, tho. I can't see the reason for buying a Hawkeye/Lynx/ABwhatever tool. The i930 has nearly all the functionality those things have at less than one third the price. If your going to drop several hundred $, it does not make sense not spend the little bit extra and purchase an IIDTool (IMO - but I'm not impartial ).