I'm nearing retirement and I'm thinking about learning to fly and buying a plane. (I'll ask some questions about the first one in another thread). My wife is disabled: she has to walk with a cane. The obvious choice seems to be a high-wing airplane, Cessna, Tecnam, or the like. But it looks like to me -- being ANYTHING but an expert at this point -- that many of the more highly-rated planes are low wing. So: how hard would it be for my wife to get in an out of a low-wing? You Mooney owners can correct me if I'm wrong, but from what I've read, the M20 would probably be a bad choice. The Diamond DA40 and the Cirrus SR20/22 also look very nice, but I'm concerned about her being able to get in and out without a lot of trouble. I can tell you this: there's no way that she'll be able to "step up onto the wing root, duck your head under the gull-wing door, then swing into the cabin ..." Not going to happen. Thanks very much in advance. Just getting started, so I appreciate your patience. I'm a 62-year-old newbie.