I'm helping a guy "tweak" his approaches in his A36. His power settings are practically slammed to the wall. We were pushing Vno and above in cruise and during vectors. I'd appreciate if anyone can provide me with recommended power settings for a nominal cruise in an approach environment to include vectors, entering for a full approach, PT and inbound on final course. Perhaps a scan of performance page for 2000-4000? Also, I need to know the Vfe and Vle numbers if not more detail from Section Two. I've gotta get this guy slowed down. I'd really like to see him change his overall operation. I'm not sure how much time is on the engine but I can't imagine making it to TBO. So, any little suggestions would help. Once I get him more on top of power control, then maybe we can tweak the approaches. I've got a guy who was very lost on how to handle an approach without a GPS. I turned off the moving map and it went down hill from there. He wants to improve approaches but adapt more to what would be expected of him for frequent flights into Austin. That would be the ILS 9.9 times out of ten. I figure once we get the "old style" nailed down, then we can use the new-fangled gear where he can stare at a moving map, if necessary. But, I'd prefer he first be able to fly the needles coming from the GPS rather than watching the map. All this follows his getting into a systematic approach brief. Up until now, he's been using what I'd have to call "The Shotgun Brief." It's not working too well. I wanted a challenge as an instructor and I certainly got it. Thanks for the help in advance!