They landed and adjusted the fuel flow. Matt made a few changes to the avionics as well. The next flight, I went up with Kim. I tried to fly right seat, but Kim wasn’t having any of it. He knew I was anxious, and there was only one way to exorcise it. Normally, I would find the idea of someone else flying my plane to be uncomfortable at best. Today, it was all I wanted. We taxied out to the active. I ran through the checklist then gave it full throttle. Even at Greeley’s near-5,000-foot field elevation, it launched down the runway and then jumped into the air. It felt instantly good. Cobwebs came off in seconds, not minutes. We flew for two hours in the vicinity of the field, going through the basics of the Garmin panel: G5, 500TXi, GFC500, GTN750, GTN650, GMA35C, GTX345, 700EIS—numbers and letters referring to the exhaustive instrument panel newly built into the plane. There would be a lot to learn.