I have a Dakota that has a top cruise of about 143kts. I am based at KRNO with 16R being 11,000' long. My CFII wants me to fly the ILS at about 130kts down to 200' then pull the throttle to idle, level off to slow to flap speed (100kts), drop in two notches of flaps and land. This has me landing way down the runway... about 2800' from the threshhold. Today, the first turn I could make was more than 5000' down the runway, given the high speed over the fence, still under the hood. It also means that any slight error in holding the localizer, quickly runs off to one side as the speed is so high. I am much more comfortable at about 105kts, slowing to 95 at about 1.5 miles out with one notch of flaps. Thoughts?