Thanks for your nice introductory words!
It's been a pleasure helping with initial config. I may only hope drivers will like it or at least not despise the tool and that admins will be happy with the way it runs. Just allow me three general comments:
1) There are many filters available, only some of which currently run. Each of the filters may sometimes work against you (e.g. spectating you for ignoring blue flag while you felt you could pull away given a bit more time), but it will likely save you many more times (such as clearing your way by spectating obstinate driver being lapped). Each and every filter is configurable, so it's not correct to say that Airio is bad because of some filter. It simply does what admins set it up to do and this may be changed at any time.
2) There are many info/status messages available, each sent on individual basis according to driver personal selections. Every driver has almost 50 items to choose from. For everyone Airio may be completely silent (well, almost, warning messages are an exception), everyone can also be flooded with lots of messages. It is all up to you to choose what you're interested in. Type !opt (or hit Shift+i), try clicking around the buttons. After pressing OK your settings are saved and applied on every future connect. You may check Airio silent mode using !silent, when there are no insim messages output to chat, you may check the noisy mode using !noisy when there's a lot of mesages going to chat.
3) You may also hide the timing buttons at the top of the screen or have that information sent to chat (just as other outputs). But they provide very valuable data, once you understand what they are. You'll find an explanation right here: http://www.airio.eu/Airio_UM.html#Explanation.
OK, that's it from me. See you soon on track!