Hi all, instrument student here and have a question about SIDs and STARs. I understand the basic concept for what they’re for, but it got me wondering...can I file one if I can’t meet the altitude restriction of a certain segment? I’m sure it’s a dumb question but comparing the oroca and/or mea of a certain area to what is listed on the procedure there can be a 10000ft diff or more. It seems like it might be used to transition fast movers to the enroute structure, but would that prevent me from using it in a Cessna that might struggle reaching that altitude? (Mainly just using it for lateral Nav) An example is a flight from KAHN to KTPF. It looks like one of the most common filed routes is using the TAY.LZARD6. The first segment from TAY has an mea of 15000, which could be a problem for a fully loaded Cessna. I presume I couldn’t file this, but maybe I do TAY LZARD.LZARD6 to make it work? Same question would apply to a SID with really high altitudes. Thanks!