This probably doesn't require the input of a CFI, but I'm going to ask anyway.
I finish my instrument rating in the next two weeks (141) and I start my commercial after that and eventually on to my CFI and CFII. I've had the same little black Jepp logbook that everyone uses since I started training back in the mid 90's. I've only filled up a third of it. When do people usually upgrade to the professional pilot logbooks? It seems like they offer a more accurate accounting of time as you progress to different ratings and certificates.
Anything wrong with ending my original logbook before it's full and starting out my commercial training with a new professional pilot logbook?
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