I have been religated to fly Light Sport in Southern Alabama, not far from Pensacola. A "Part 93" area, which should help describe the level of flight activity. Prior to going to light sport, I held a private pilot license with an instrument rating. Here's the question? Can a current Private Pilot holding an IFR certificate flying as a Light sport pilot, flying a current, certified IFR light-sport aircraft file and fly legally in VFR conditions less than 10,000 feet without a medical certificate. IS IT LEGAL? Here's what I know 1) To stay within LS requirements and fly without a medical, you must fly Day, VFR and not exceed 10,000 feet. 2) To fly IFR, a pilot must be IFR current and hold at least a private pilot license ( no mention of having a medical). 3) The aircraft being flown must be IFR certified and current. The purpose is simple: to be able to exercise my IFR privileges and be in the system in high-density air-traffic areas to help ensure separation, as well as Long "would be" VFR cross country. I have already spoken with a few LSA MFG that do have IFR certified aircraft. I would like some more "fact-checking "on my logic! Thanks .