This week I'll offer up my new least favorite approach: the VOR 23 at Lawrence (LWM). It's not a particularly "killer" approach... not like the crazy stuff you folks have brought out of Aspen or anything. On the whole, it's rather vanilla. But I don't like flying it. I've flown it a couple times now, and I'm really hoping my DE doesn't choose it. So the question for discussion is... why does Kath hate this approach? Assume that you're doing it without GPS or MFD. Also, unrelated lesson learned: make sure you fly at least one or two IFR lessons at night. Why? Because of this conversation: CFII: Okay, when you get to 650 feet, look up. Kath: Okay, we're at 650... (pause) CFII: Where's the airport? Kath: Uhhh..... CFII: <click><click><click><click><click>... Kath: Oh. Right.