What sucks is, I don't even have time to pay attention to limits. Just the other day, getting scrambled on a medevac, Im in the bird doing 10,000 things from getting the navs up and running, to copying down info on the event and comms; that on engine start, all I have time to do is check it's clear and punch the starter button. While getting back to copying things down, I give it about 10 seconds, take a quick glance that the blades are turning, there's oil ppp of some kind, that the Ng is around 25% and that the TGT is below 80, then throw the throttle to ground idle. Then right back to work doing other things........right up until the engine started compressor stalling and hanging at 45% or so from the freaking tailwind. Luckily the TGT didn't go high and the engine worked itself through it, but the reality is, I don't have the time to sit there and stare at the gauges like in flight training where I have nothing else to do but monitor everything thats supposed to be going on at what particular time.