I'm going to be doing a flight tomorrow JYO - GAI - VPONX - VPOOP - W29 and back again. I've flown the VPONX - VPOOP corridor probably 5 or 6 times, and I've always suck with the altitudes on the back of the TAC (1500 eastbound, 2000 westbound). But it seems like the rest of the traffic through the flyway doesn't pay any attention to the altitudes. Sooo I'm thinking of going at 2300 both ways this time, mainly because it gives me more altitude to work with. Are there any reasons not to that I'm not thinking of? And for those who fly this more regularly than I do, what do you usually do? Also, anybody had any luck getting a Class B transition for a little higher along VPONX - VPOOP? It seems that through the rest of the SFRA they're pretty willing to give them to you, but I've never tried getting one through the flyway. Thanks!