For many faster aircraft, slowing presents two issues, one of controllability and the other of visibility over the raised nose at the high angles of attack associated with slow speeds. For this there is a truly simple answer — add a notch of flaps. For most aircraft of this type, the first increment (it's prescribed in the POH; usually 10 to 15 degrees) of flaps is usable when above the white arc on the airspeed indicator — so why not use them? Lowering a notch of flaps will do several things — lower the nose attitude to improve forward visibility, improve the controllability of the aircraft, and make it feel much more stable as well. If we do this, instead of "flying wide," we sequence better, are more visible to other traffic, and fly SAFER.