that requires study on your own time, but since everyone just wants it given to them they won't put in the work required.
for me, when i was getting back in to IFR stuff for 325 it had been over a year, like 16 months or so. how did i get back into it? i bought the Instrument Procedures Handbook and read it cover to cover, then i read the AIM, and the IFH. and guess what? i got thru 325 at .4 hours over the required times and that includes the stage check.
i am not saying you act like everyone else seems to, so don't take it that way
just stating my case as an example, no one seems to want to take responsibilty for their actions.
now we could give out the IFR certs after 222 like CKN does, but it does required building additional XC time, we can't based on the TCO, but it could be theoretically possible.
anyway, enough ranting, congrats again, enjoy your new cert and good luck with the Cape Air thing!