Getting going was much quicker and easier in the Cheyenne. Check battery power, turn on the fuel boost pumps, arm the ignition and hit the starter, introduce some jet-A and you had just a few more steps before you were ready to copy the clearance. The Premier is a little like preparing the space shuttle. Several trim systems, firewall shut-off valves and fuel transfer switches must be checked before you even contemplate starting up. The start sequence is easy though, and there is an electronic checklist on the MFD once you get the generators online. There is a rotary test for spoilers, flaps, stall warning and stick shaker (and pusher), over-speed warning, gear horn and takeoff-out-of-trim alerts. I like all this — it feels like a real hefty, serious enterprise.