Hi everyone. Thanks in advance for your help. I'm going to be starting my commercial training very shortly and I've been talking with a local FBO who does flight training. I'm wanting to do my single engine commercial first then do the multi-engine add-on. The only issue with this is they don't have a SE complex in their fleet. However, they have a ME complex. The guy I talked to said what they would do is have me do all of the commercial single engine training in a 172. Then do the complex requirement in their multi. And for the checkride, do the maneuvers in the 172, land, and then essentially do a multi-engine add-on which would meet the requirements for the complex. So after the first checkride, I'd walk away with a SE and ME commercial certificate. Does this sound right? Would this work? If so, I'm all for it. I've looked in the FARs and didn't see anything referencing this particular situation. The same question goes for my CFI training and checkride; do the maneuvers in the 172 first, land, and then go do some pattern work in the multi. And if I did my multi add-on as part of the commercial course, then I would be PIC while doing the CFI checkride, if that matters for planning purposes. And that would be only for the initial CFI-A, not with a MEI add-on.