How does the SR20 compare to, say, the C182 in terms of handling ice?
I am super extra paranoid when it comes to ice, but unfortunately there is always a risk. For example last year I launched with the temps well below -10C, only to hit a completely unforecast temperature inversion. There were no AIRMETS for ice. I picked up a trace of ice during the climb. The ice sublimated within a couple of minutes as I out-climbed the temperature inversion.
So, in a situation like this, which would you rather be in - a SR20 or a C182? Anyone have any thoughts?