This is a hypothetical situation. Let's say you have a vehicle that comes into a shop for routine maintenance. The vehicle is equipped with an indirect TPMS system which requires a reset (calibration) if the pressure is adjusted on any tire or if the tires are rotated. The routine maintenance work is completed after 30-45 min and the tires are still "hot." You proceed to set the tire pressure and you are faced with one of the two options: Option #1) Set the tire pressures to the cold spec (door jamb label) and perform the tpms reset. This option will allow for the thresholds to be set correctly, but the actual tire pressure will be a few pounds low once the tires cool down. Option #2) Set the tire pressures 2-3 lbs above the cold spec. This option will result in the thresholds being set incorrectly, but the actual tire pressure should be correct (or very close) once the tires have cooled down. Which option would you choose and why? Note: skipping the TPMS reset is not an option as the vehicle is extremely sensitive.