I got my PPL 6 years ago and used King Schools at the time for ground. If I'm a visual person is that probably still best option now for IFR ground school? Also when I did my PPL I did ground first, passed test, then started flying. Do most stick with that routine for IFR training? I already have 50+ XC hours but I know I'll need I think it's 40 hours under the hood between practice and with an instructor? I've been putting this off for a few years and have decided it's time to suck it up and get it done! I'm thinking of getting into a larger plane (currently fly a 182 and looking at going to a 6 seater) and doing longer XC trips so in my mind having IFR is a nice safety valve for the longer trips.