Evil Landlord Capitalist
I was surprised at how much this bothered me when I got back into GA, actually. Back when I was learning to fly, I never gave it a second thought. I just figured I'd glide and land and everything would be just fine. But after spending so many years with twin turbines hanging out there with nearly 100% reliability, the pucker factor was intense when I took my Mooney over the gulf for the first time. Wasn't even all that far out, but I'd have been landing on the beach if the engine quit. That's not a comfortable feeling for someone who's used to reading a magazine while the Rolls Royces out there spin quietly and reliably.Do those avionics keep the prop turning if the one engine stops working?