Not quite as interesting as the RNAV Y 16R at EUG (covered in other thread), but this one caught me out briefly.... FAF is LWG NDB, at or above 2500. PFAF is 1.2nm outside of that, a full 300ft higher. The altitude of the glideslope isn't actually published for the FAF. It's subtle, but I haven't come across many approaches where the PFAF and the FAF were 1.2nm apart. Sure, there are plenty of cases where the lowest GS intercept point is JUST outside the FAF...but I haven't seen one this far out. Any other approaches out there which are similar in nature?