I understand what you mean by no time to mess with stuff. I do also remember how frustrating the mail order chips were.
In theory i don't think it would be hard to get a tune that would at least get you started. I'd check out their site and find out. That way you just have fine tune with a wide band.
On the other had, even though you know the specs of the motor, it could be very hard to even get you going. I think most tuners want to be with the car so they can see what the motor is doing.
If time is not on your side, even fine tuning it, you may want to contact your local dyno. They should be able to get it tuned for you in one afternoon. Just check to see what they work with. Some places only work with a few systems. I would guess they can work with the stock eec-4 computer. If they won't work with your moates system you could sell it.
Lastly, you might check a local forum to your area and see if there is someone that could help you out. Surely you are not the only one running that system in your area. It could be a person or a shop.
These are just my humble thoughts. They are not meant to be insulting or degrading. There are other options i am sure. I am in the same boat as you with not a lot of time. i have spend a lot more time figuring out the sensor side of my system that i wanted.
84K 88 LX Vert 5spd: 3.73s.