Yes, and it can't come soon enough. The Garmin G5 is a little handicapped by the fact that it won't send heading information to an autopilot or display course deviation information from anything other than a Garmin NAV/COM--two things Garmin doesn't make entirely obvious in their marketing information--but it's the sign of things to come. I wonder how much longer partial panel approaches will be part of the instrument checkride. It makes a ton of sense if you're flying behind vacuum driven instruments. They really do fail all the time. Odds of experiencing an AHRS failure over your flying career? Pretty exotic.
This is a painful recording. The pilot reports that he can't disable his autopilot. He then clearly solves the problem, because he doesn't crash, but instead proceeds to land gear up. It's hard to feel in the moment, but for any emergency other than a fire or engine failure, landing should not be your first priority. Landing is the most dangerous phase of flight. If you're having an emergency, put it off for a while if you can. If you can't fix the problem, at least get comfortable with it.
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