The Cheyenne has proved to be a perfect airplane for us in many ways, not the least of which is the style with which it takes us to the Keys. Recently, we were invited to a new destination, the Ocean Reef Club in Key Largo, Florida. This is a very high-end establishment, and the airport, 07FA, is private. To land there, you must register in advance and sign a four-page document. It covers noise abatement procedures (no short approaches — final must be at least two miles, no use of APU longer than 15 minutes, etc.); operation policies (noise level above 83.1 dBA prohibited, Garrett TPE331-powered aircraft prohibited, no touch-and-go, etc.); fuel policies (only jet-A available, aircraft owners/operators must be present during entire fueling "evolution," etc.); parking policies (by categories I-V, by weight; the Cheyenne was category III — over 8,000 pounds); and a release, indemnify and hold-harmless document. Also, a certificate of insurance with an endorsement naming the Ocean Reef Club Inc. as additional insured must be attached to the packet.