The package is aimed at replacing the Honeywell EFIS and autopilot with a system that allows for coupled instrument approaches—GPS, ILS, LOC/back course, and VOR—as well as coupled go-arounds with the push of the go-around button. Activating the go-around mode triggers the flight director to display the correct pitch attitude and activates the loaded missed approach in the GTN navigator. Coupled VNAV is also included with the package, allowing for easy compliance with STARs. The equipment communicates via high-speed data busses, with no converter boxes required for LPV, GPSS, or VNAV-type navigation. With the inclusion of the GFC 600 autopilot, the operator also gains Garmin’s ESP, or electronic stability protection, which initiates a correction in the flight controls if the airplane exceeds predetermined pitch, roll, and/or airspeed limitations. The autopilot also features Level mode, which returns the airplane to straight-and-level flight at the current altitude when the Level button is pushed—helpful in pilot incapacitation or upset scenarios.