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I love this idea! It is a well known fact in general aviation that pilots (Part 91) are at their best behavior when an examiner is seated in the right seat. This idea is trying to mimic that situation. I feel that having ANY two pilots cuts down the risk of a disaster because most disasters results from not one, but generally a series of unrecognized/uncorrected errors and two pilots are unlikely to miss things easily.