I spent something like $600+ for SCT Pro Racer Package back in 2003 for tuning my Fords. But SCT wants $100+ for database access for your particular vehicle and then $400+ for each tuning device that is VIN locked to your vehicle. So basically you're looking at $500+ for each additional vehicle.400 bucks, 300 for the MPVI2 and a 100 for two credits. Thats really not bad at all, I have about 700 in my Cobb stuff I have on my 13 2.0. Had I known about HP Tuners back when I bout it, I would have never went with Cobb.
Then I spent about $600+ for my MPVI Pro and it came with 8 GM credits, and I got that setup in 2013 to tune the Cobalt SS Turbo. HPTuners started supporting Ford around 2015, so I got credits for my 07 Mustang GT which I had been tuning using SCT. and Found HPTuners to be much more intuitive... So long as HPTuners unlocks all of the parameters. If your Fusion Sport OS strategy code is NGXHxxx all of the parameters should be unlocked by now. I requested the same for NGXJxxx and it was unlocked for my dad's PCM to match the NGXHxxx OS's. So if you have either NGXHxxx or NGXJxxx you should be good to go with HPTuners. It wasn't easy though, in 2018 some of the important parameters weren't unlocked until later in the year or mid 2019. Since I had so many GM credits left over, I was tuning a friend's Malibu LTZ w/ the LTG and Grand Am GT1.