MyFlightBook is the best free iPhone app I have used, in any category. I enter all flights in MyFlightBook and then later transfer them to my paper logbook, mostly because the latter is easier to use with CFIs and DPEs. I like that I don't have to rent my logbook as I would with other app solutions. There are two features I would like to see but haven't thought to ask for because I'm already getting way more than my money's worth. I was going to say three but apparently it already has one of them and I just didn't find it until I read this thread (starring flight properties). Maybe the other two are already there, too. 1. Some means of filtering cross-country time by distance to help the ratings progress screen out a bit. Right now, I just don't log my sub-50nm cross-country time, but if the app had a way for me to specify which flights or which cross-country hours count toward a rating then I could have a more honest total of my cross-country hours without making it harder to figure out when I am qualified for my IFR check ride or the like. 2. On the ratings progress screen, it would be nice if the app consistently remembered which rating I am working on so I didn't have to choose it all the time. I do know it's hard to make little things like that persist in an app, given how the Chamberlain garage door app still makes me put in my password 100% of the time I want to use it to open the door while driving. So in any event, the drop-down menus could be better implemented as giant push buttons to make the screen easier to use quickly to find the rating you are after. As currently set up, I have to zoom in to accurately use the drop-down boxes and then the refreshing process that it goes through after you fill the first drop-down box makes it lose the zoom, which makes me accidentally push the Gold Seal link about a third of the time. That's it. A free app that I use every time I stumble into an airplane and almost every time I even think about airplanes is only missing two features. Simply amazing.