SimCom in Orlando, Florida, is one of the most popular training providers for owner-flown aircraft, including single-engine turboprops such as the Pilatus PC-12 and the Socata TBM 850. Tracy Brannon, senior VP and managing director for SimCom, said when it comes to dealing with extra time in the sim, pilots' reactions vary. "Some are happy to call it a day and go have a beverage," he admitted. While others have specific procedures they'd like to try -- or try again, as most scenarios are already part of the new- or recurrent-training syllabus. Among the most popular pilot requests (including those who fly pistons and turbines, singles and twins), he named: engine failure on takeoff; V1 cuts; and forced landings. All are bona fide emergencies we hope never to face in a real airplane. Also on many pilots' requested agendas is a precision approach to minimums, he said.