I used the decryptor and the 1-key programming method on my 2010 F150. Everything seemed to go smoothly, took about 15 minutes to decrypt the key. I've got soldered/heatshrink connections throughout my installation. When I hit the remote start button on my Compustar CM-4200DX, the dash indicators light up like it is attempting a start, but the PATS warning light flashes rapidly (same as if you have an invalid/non-programmed key) and starter does not engage. The Compustar tries a second time, which again - all the dash lights come on as you would expect, but this time the PATS warning light stays on solid (just like it would if you used the key) and the vehicle starts up successfully.
Not knowing if the Compustar module could "talk" to the EVO-ALL, I used the hardwire method for the install instead of data-link. I double-checked to make sure the EVO-ALL was getting a proper signal to the GWR, START, Ign, 12v+, and ground wires.
Everything works just fine, except that the Compustar module has to try twice before the truck will start.