Yeager did have a good point or two in his 1911 review. Over the last few year I been to a least two shooting schools a year, LEO only and civilian. While at these school the guns that went down most of the time where like new, high end 1911's and "tricked out" Glocks. I remember one school that I attended myself and another student got special awards for "No Malfunction". I was shooting a stock Glock 22 and other guy was shooting a DAO LE trade-in Beretta 92. At that school I saw a guy cussing his new Wilson Combat.
I haven't been to one of Yeager's class, nor do I know him, but he does have a few good points.
Life's too short to carry an ugly gun.