Just wanted to discuss this approach for a moment since I will more than likely be performing it tomorrow in actual, and wanted to see if someone might tell me what I should expect to hear from ATC. I think this is a new approach for the airport as I thought it only had approaches from the opposite direction, so I'm just seeing it for the first time. Been in and out of this airport numerous times as it is close to where my wife is from. I will be approaching the IAF from the direction of JISRA. Might I expect to be cleared to HERTO at 4600' or maybe higher? There is terrain in the area (part of the reason I wanted to talk my way through this approach), so I'm wondering if I'd be kept higher. If I am indeed cleared to HERTO from the west, will I fly a teardrop entry to return back to HERTO after crossing it, and if so, do you think that I'd be kept at 6800' until crossing HERTO?? If so, the task load goes up with making the entry and a descent concurrently. I've also read that it may require at least one turn in the racetrack for a course reversal, so wondering if that's the method in use here. I've flown many an approach where you are cleared to an IAF and then turn inbound and have certainly flown them with procedure turns. GPS approaches on the whole are new to me as we've only had an IFR Approach GPS for a matter of months now. Just not done one like this myself yet. Just want to make sure that I am clear ahead of time before doing this.