Report out on Tuesday's training: Got the Tomahawk in the air, and went down by KJZI to fly around a point, which is a lighthouse in the water. Did that, went a little steep in the turn, and had to re-learn this. Went to 2500', and then did some turns with a fix on the horizon. All good there, then we requested clearance to land at KCHS, and got a straight in approach from around KJZI. About 3 minutes out, got a call from the tower, "Can you come in a little faster?" I pitched down, and throttled from 70 to 100, and the tower wasn't impressed. I don't think the 3 commercial airliners on the ground weren't, either, but after we landed, got off at Taxiway A, and back to Atlantic (FBO). Lessons learned: New airplanes take a little time to get used to. I don't need so much crap to fly, just Sectional, Headset, snacks, and water. Everything else is a distraction, at this point. Also, fly the plane. glance at the gauges, like when driving a car.