New guys use to look at you funny when you would bring the power lever back to flight idle. lol I use to like the look on their face the first time they flew the airplane you would call v1 rotate and they couldn't believe how heavy the controls were.My initial sim instructor showed us prop overspeeds at altitude and props that didn't feather during a V1 cut. Both lessons stuck with me. Flamed one out in a windshear and the prop didn't feather, but knew we weren't going to die thanks to the sim instruction, and lived to tell the tale. But when the prop oversped in descent, yeah that got my attention seriously fast! We got it back under control and landed at the nearest airport, with pulse rate 200+.
I loved the Bro but am glad not to fly it any more.
Did you ever try the trick of just adjusting the left power lever? Nearly zero rudder trim required.
When I went to the CRJ, I kept reaching for both the rudder trim and the elevator trim wheel for a very long time. Old habits!