Is it just me or have other long time EAA'ers wondered about Mr. McClellan's writings in Sport Aviation? I feel certain that Mr. McClellan is a very competent editor and aviation journalist, but his choice of subjects for his articles in Sport Aviation leaves me somewhat puzzled. IFR procedures, business jets, turboprop singles which maybe 1% of the current membership can afford..?!?
Are we looking at an attempt to turn Sport Aviation - and maybe EAA - away from the homebuilder/restorer kind of guy and towards the segment that flies mainly IFR, or is Mr. McClellan just trying to educate the ignorant EAA'ers and turn us towards his self-confessed persuasion: A mainly IFR kind of pilot...?