Most cars are rougher at lower RPMs. That's the nature of momentum and ... yada, yada, yada. Most likely, the main thing the TSB does is to increase the minimum RPM so that it is less noticeable when under more load. It may do other things with air/fuel mixture of alternator output...who knows...
Some cars do not have an adjustable idle. However, with the onboard computers reprogramming the idle RPMs is probably what most car manufacturers do these days...instead of fiddling with carburetor adjustments...d'oh!
If those that have not had the TSB done yet can post their RPMs in different scenarios, we can compare the before and after RPMs with those that have had the TSB done:
- The RPMs when in park
- In park with AC on MAX
- In drive but stopped and with foot on brake
- In drive but stopped and with foot on brake and AC on MAX
Did I miss any?