Okay, I found an easy answer. I have some aircraft installed that have several camera views in the cockpit like first officer view, flight engineer view, jumpseat view, etc. When experimenting with Track IR I noticed that I can move these views around with Track IR just as easily as it moves the regular virtual cockpit view. Well frikkin DUH. Why not just create a camera view for Track IR in the captain's seat setting the xyz, pbh, and zoom where I want them and there ya go, a virtual cockpit so to speak that starts out with the view looking at the instrument panel the way I like it, with the top of the windshield at the top of the screen and all primary flight instruments visible including any used for IFR flight with the bottom of the screen cutting off just below the bottom row of instruments. Track IR is the reason I asked this question in the first place. I wanted to use it in virtual cockpit mode and be able to look around in different directions and have it immediately return to center on the panel as I described above when I moved my head back to center. Track IR has a null zone in the middle that will allow the view to remain centered and still allow a little normal head movement that occurs because I am a human and not a robot. In virtual cockpit view I had to actually tilt my head down a little to see all the instruments and this took the view out of the null zone so the panel became a little shaky. This movement was especially aggravating when doing an ILS approach when I had to keep a constant watch on localizer, glideslope, airspeeed, and vertical speed. With the camera view I created myself I can set the center view where I want it as described above so I can see out the windshield and still see all of the instruments. Yeah, I know I could have simply zoomed out quite a bit in the virtual cockpit until I saw all of the instruments, but at that point my zoom would be less than 40% of original size. At that zoom level instruments become hard to read even on my 24 inch monitor and details of the world outside become too small. The world outside also becomes distorted as if seen through a fisheye lens. 50% magnification is the absolute smallest I am willing to live with and I prefer 60% or more. By using my own custom camera view with Track IR I have eliminated all these problems.