Hey all - Longtime lurker, first-time poster. I'm an IFR student. I fly PA28 and various Cessna singles (172, 177RG, 182, 206, 210). I've got just shy of 250 hours, looking to finally finish my IFR. So - the question - is there any reason not to use Jeppesen pubs (approach plates, enroutes, manuals, etc) for IFR training? Cost is no object, I have access to both. The main hangup I've seen on previous posts has been cost, so all-things-equal, why would you (or would you not) learn IFR flying Jepps? I know FAA charts well, I work with them every day, and I passed my IRA written on them, so it's not that I wouldn't know one or the other at all, I'm just looking for one to pick and use for my actual flying. IMO the Jepp is a more uniform product, even in the CONUS. I don't have career pilot ambitions, but I do hope to get to at least CFII in the next year or two. I fly with an EFB, I'm not picky on which one. I have experience with both ForeFlight and Garmin Pilot. I also just grabbed JeppFD to poke around. The only caveat is that my Jepp access is limited to JeppFD and cannot be added to FF or GP.