Well I am about 3/4 of the way through my IFR training, prepping for the oral exam, checkride, etc. Anyways, my bottom VOR had issues holding calibration so we ordered up a "serviceable" one the week before last. It came in and the new one wasn't working correctly so we are currently waiting for another one. So unfortunately I haven't flown with my instructor for 2 weeks. I have been flying VFR 3-4 times a week though to get my 50 hours XC time. Need 6 more hours. So...I will ask my instructor this question when I fly with him again, but for now I figured I would ask the question to the magnificent pilots of PoA. So for IFR Lost Comms we follow the acronym AVEFMEA, squawk 7600. Fly your route based on your last: Assigned (Your last assigned heading) Vectored (If nothing is assigned fly your last vector) Expected (If no vector fly what was expected in your clearance) Filed (Finally fly what you filed) AND fly the highest of the following: Minimum en-route altitude Expected altitude Assigned altitude If our destination is IFR we would hold at our last filed fix (VOR, GPS waypoint, etc) until we reach our ETA filed on our flight plan and then shoot the approach. Question: What do you do if you are PAST your ETA by the time you get to your last filed fix? Thanks.