I tried finding something in the search for this so I apologize if It’s a double post. I am thinking of doing the 10 day instrument course in Duluth MN. I have been flying my whole life and grew up in a FBO family. I never got an instrument rating and honestly just started logging time again last year in a log book. I went to flight safety last year and did my 10 day initial 208EX course but I’m the only one at my company without an instrument flight rating,it wasn’t a big deal the instructors and sim were amazing. It really got me thinking especially if I’m going to put a lot more time in the 208 If I should just do the 10 day. I understand how to fly approaches that’s literally what you do in the sim with failures for 16 flight hours after a week at flight safety. But that’s also in. G1000NXI, anyone can fly with a GFC700 and a FD. I am going to be doing a lot of cross country flying from Reno to Dallas this year and its a no brainer for the safety aspect alone.My aircraft does have an KAP140 but ehhhh its marginal at best compared to the new AP systems. So is it worth it do do a 10 day? Do you reallllly have the abilities after 10 days or is it just passing a check ride? Personal minimums aside I want to be confident in my ability’s if I had to go to 200 feet,and I’m just wondering if its worth the trip. I could get an instructor and do it little by little but I have already done that quite a bit. I have already taken my written, I have the requirements just trying to figure out the best way to do the Flight portion of the Instrument rating.