Rather than hijack another thread to get opinions I started a new one. I have read in many threads Cherokee pilots, particularly the Cherokees with the Hershey bar wing, keep some throttle on (maybe 100 RPM above idle) between flair and touchdown to control the sink. I have never tried this technique with my Cherokee 140 and am tempted to try it but concerned it will become a crutch that will not be there during an engine out landing and become a bad habit. I am mixed about using this technique. Any opinions/advice?