We all have. That said.... there are mitigation strategies. As a professional aviator for one of the "big three" (well, at least we used to be) I can tell you that countless hours are spent devising and training error avoidance and mitigation strategies. Standardized procedures with defined triggers and responses. Every time. The central pillar of all this is standardization. Policies and procedures. SOP. Every time. Short cuts are often the first step towards the accident. Like Pascal said.... If you ALWAYS use the NAVAIDS as designed..... your odds at seeing it wrong are a lot less. Stay in the effing channel, ESPECIALLY in the dark.