Based in Chester CT (KSNC). About 900 miles to OSH. Recently acquired an iPad and ForeFlight, and planning away... what a great technology. Worlds different than the kitchen table planning I did as a kid. Retired and Re-upped my PPL after a 36 years life break from flying this past year, Bought a Flight Design which is a comfortable and economical airplane to fly cross country. Dynon A/P is easy to manage and the “Traffic” info is an A+ safety item. Downloaded the OSH Notam and watched a zillion approach videos and viewed lots of OSH posts.. thanks to the people who took the time to post. Weather permitting, my plan is to fly the majority of the journey in a single leg, and make it into OSH in a short flight super early in the AM. Set up the tent and just go with the flow. I took screen shots of the ForeFlight plan. At 6,500 feet I only have a couple of reporting obstacles. I plan on using flight following the whole way. A flying pal strongly recommends I arrive on Wednesday to avoid the throng. I wanted to get there early to watch the incoming planes, given my experience level I should probably arrive in light traffic. Very excited, if you see anything stupid in my planning I’d be grateful for a heads up. Thanks in advance.