So far I've flown about 35 hours in PlaneSmart airplanes, including my 10 hours of training, and that number is set to almost double within the next couple of months. Will I be able to stay within my 75 allotted annual hours and 21 overnights? Probably, but it will be close. Then again, I fly a lot more than the average pilot, about twice as much in fact. Last year I flew about 150 hours total, not counting logable simulator time, so if it's close for me, it should be easy for most pilots. In fact, Cullen says that many pilots come to the program worried about exceeding their overnights and allotted hours, and he says it very seldom happens. And for those who need, or want, to fly more, PlaneSmart offers up to half shares in the SR22-G2, with 300 annual allotted hours. While PlaneSmart is the new kid on the shared ownership block, so far my time with them has been my best yet, and my previous experiences with OurPlane and AirShares Elite were both great.