Practiced engine out yesterday. Flew overhead, pulled the throttle, and circled in, staying close. Did that a couple times. Then killed the engine entirely and tried it. It really did make a big difference with the prop totally stopped vs idling. Pitching for best glide was a much more conscious and pronounced act. Based on this, I’m fairly confident that I could make the field if my engine ever died while I was 2000 AGL directly over it. But it’s likely not going to happen that way. I feel I should get a better feel for actual glide distances with wind. Anyone else practice this and have recommendations?