You won't appreciate this, but... There are those out there whose sentiments follow this line of thought, ".45 ACP is king"/ "M1911 is king". In some respects, I agree. It almost is king in cost vs. expansion. I agree, it IS a good cartridge for... well, anything.
That's not why I dislike the M1911, or the .45ACP. Suppose something new, possibly better than either of these two things. Many of their supporters, either disliking change, unwilling to have to train around a new round/pistol, or simply denouncing the other pistol/rounds' superiority, will be biased in their opinion, and not want to give it a try.
This "Old is best" mentality is what infuriates me, and whenever I pick up a '45, I just get to thinking about it again.
I should feel the same about hardline glockers, but I don't. Maybe because I suspect they feel much the same as I do about the M1911.
Now, I might feel much better about the M1911 once I actually get my hands on own (or on a glock, for that matter). I'm just a kid, Hardnose. No money. No car. No job. All I have is a promising future, and a few .22's. (and a supporting mother). So it won't be a few years until that happens.