I picked up the RMR for $444.50 from Amazon, and it arrived in 2 days, with free shipping. The next best price was optics planet for $467, and $550 (MSRP) at the LGS.
I decided on the non-LED version, so I don't need to worry about batteries, LEDs, or adjustments. It is always on. The tritium is supposed to last for 10 years. This means I pay $44 a year for night time/storm use, but it will work as long as there is a sun. 7MOA is the smallest DI dot offered. I looked at the 9 and 13, but felt they were too large for what I wanted. I may regret that decision later, but only time will tell.
Here is a picture of the RMR with just the tritium dot. I only have one lamp on, so there is not enough ambient light for the fiber optic to have an impact. Iphone picture:
Here is a picture of the RMR during the day,when the room is much brighter. Iphone picture:
For the weekly update:
Sent the slide of to L&M Precision to have the slide machined.
Slide machined, rear sight relocation, bottom plate for RMR, filler panel for if RMR removed, and refinishing the slide in cerakote came out to $310.
$80 Ameriglow Suppressor height night sights
$145 Mill slide
$35 Move rear sight
$8 bottom seal plate
$65 filler panel for slide if RMR removed
$55 refinish slide
$30 shipping both ways
$862 in addition to the G35
Mark sent me these photos.
G23 OD frame, lone wolf XXL barrel and DC1 recoil spring locator, extended controls, spring kit.
Also have threaded .40, threaded 40-9, and stock G35 barrel.
All in all, $860 for the RMR, milling and associated work, $450 in barrels, and the glock frame that I choose to use that day. The threaded barrels are for a Thompson Machine QMF-2 that arrives in an untold number of months (approval wait game).
I figured that I would share for all of you out there considering the awesomeness of going this route.