Got checked out in the Club's Piper PA-28-180 today by the Club Owner/Instructor. We got lucky with no traffic in the pattern (non-towered) and he had me not only simulate an engine out on departure, but go on and make the turn and land on the runway we departed on. First time, did it at 800', he counted to 3, then I lowered the nose, cranked the turn, made the runway, and bled speed with the tailwind and greased it. Then he said, ok let's try 700. That one got a little sketchy but that tailwind really opens your eyes to being able to make the runway. Greased that one too. Was an awesome exercise! Now checked out in the PA28 too.