I took a different tack than most people (I always do...) and I wrote my own library for this chip from the ground-up to gain maximum familiarity with the chip's inner workings. I wrote a library for Energia (Arduino/Wiring variant for TI's LaunchPad ecosystem) - https://github.com/spirilis/Franklin - and implemented a logging sketch using their MSP430FR5969 Wolverine LaunchPad, which has a non-volatile alternative to flash (called FRAM) so you can store information for later retrieval in a very-low-power and easy-to-use manner. A logging sketch with some level of auto-noise-floor management has been running for a week and today we finally had some decent storms rolling through the area.
Upon attaching the (battery-powered) LaunchPad to my PC and speaking with the sketch over UART, I was able to pull all the records from the past few days, and I was impressed at the accuracy: https://gist.github.com/spirilis/69ba53bf631c03fdc5fc
Many thanks to TAUTIC for carrying this board, it's a unique product and I plan to include it in some future motorcycle projects!