I just finished reading Max Trescott’s “GPS and WAAS Instrument Flying Handbook” and I am very impressed. Mr. Trescott has a whole new way of looking at the modern cockpit and of how to use the tools we have available now. No more of the “GPS is handy and all but I don’t y trust it” kind of comments. This book gives real world ways to set up and get maximum use from the GPS receivers in our airplanes. While the examples are primarily for the Garmin 430/530 and G1000 system, there is plenty that can be applied to other units. Max has a writing style that makes understanding even complicated subjects easy. I recommend this book to every instrument student and pilot.