Well, today I passed my Instrument Proficiency Check on the 310R. This was part of the requirement by the insurance company for me to fly solo in the 310R. Needed the practice also as it's been a long time since I had to fly simulated single engine while on the hood. First couple of instrument approaches weren't all that good.
However, I took off the hood and took the time to fly some visual maneuvers and single engine demo's which got me back into synch flying the aircraft. So, put the hood back on and knocked out three on critical single engine that were pretty good.
So, I'm now good to fly the 310R solo and I'm planning to take the family up tomorrow morning.
Also need to rehack my night clock solo.