KSRQ - KEYW Yes, I'll probably be making this flight in a few weeks. I'm pretty sure I know how I intend to do it, but I wonder what other pilots might choose to do. Single engine piston aircraft, day VFR conditions. Flying direct takes one out of gliding distance and also crosses the ADIZ, haven't done this before but I believe if filing a flight plan and landing/taking off in the same country it's a non issue. Next option would be to follow the coastline as far south as possible then do a shorter crossing over open ocean straight for KEYW, avoids the ADIZ completely and greatly shortens the out of glide distance time. A variant on this might be to head for Marathon Island, shortening the over water time further. Next would be follow the coastline but continue beyond the farther south point and overfly the island/bridge chain all along the keys all the way out to KEYW. Again avoids the ADIZ and mostly eliminates the out of gliding distance problem but takes us way out of our way Or... something I didn't think of? Maybe locals or people who've done this a few times know about something I don't.