Why, think your man enough for one, HA. Hey just j/k, actually there are no FAA mins, if operated under part 91 with the owner being the operator, no one being paid. At that point it is what ever you need in order to get insurance, some with well under a 1000 hours do, although at that point they are probably buying the aircraft every year with their insurance payments and must have had all their experience in very high performance aircraft. Insurance companies will be the limiting factor really, cause they've seen that the accident rate for single pilot is about 35% higher then when these aircraft are operated with 2 pilots. This is from Flight Safety, quite a few are not thrilled with the single pilot operation. Even though it is supposed ot be a simple plane, it is definitely more then a big 182.
Fly safe and don't let any of your students kill you