I just picked it up. Very impressive! I can't wait to shoot it! The gun has very good balance, something I was a little concerned about because of it's all steel frame which supports the slide out to the muzzle of the gun. I was very plesantly surprised to find out the gun comes with 2 magazines. (Davidsons website said only 1). With the 2 extra I now have a total of 4. Enough to get started. What I really like are the sights. A very simple, common white 3 dot system. But the front sight fills up the rear notch fully, with minimal "air space" on either side. I seems, at least to me, a great many handguns with this type of sight arrangement have a too narrow front blade. I realize the smaller blade can aid in a more rapid sight acquisition, but doesn't do much for accurate shooting when you have to "balance the air gap" in between the rear notch. The gun thus far appears to be very well made, (in Israel, not Minnesota). All levers, (safety, decock, slide and magazine release) can be easily reached. The hammer can easily be manually operated and cocked, but is not obtrusive, and doesn't look like it would be a problem snagging on anything in a carry situation. The slide is quite tight and doesn't appear to be anything that a good lube job, and couple of hundred rounds won't take care of. Overall it's got a great beat and is easy to dance to. I'd give it a 98. Proof is in the shooting however, and that will have to wait until Monday. I've got several boxes of WW, Federal American Eagle, Magtech, and CCI Blaser Brass to run thru it. I don't like to run large hollow points or bullets with large meplats thru it until it eats a couple hundred rounds of ball to break things in. Hopefully by Tuesday I'll have more to report on it. So far, so good. We'll see. Bill T.