So I got a chance to shoot my most recent handgun purchase yesterday, a Kimber Custom II 1911. I got it for $650, and it came in perfect condition with Meprolight night sights and 4 magazines (one Kimber and 3 aftermarket). I put just over 100 rounds through it (practice ammo and Gold Dot HPs) and only had one jam with the Kimber mag (I've heard the factory mags aren't great, so I'm not too worried). For some reason, no gun has pleased me as much as my Glocks, but I have to admit that the 1911 was pretty awesome. It felt great in my hand, very comfortable with very manageable recoil. It was also VERY accurate. I felt like I barely had to try and got great groupings from 20 yards out, probably better than any of my Glocks. On the negative side, it really made me appreciate the capacity of Glocks! I found myself pulling the trigger each time after the 7th round left the chamber, expecting additional rounds, and asking myself, "Oh that's it?." Additionally, I realized I have been spoiled with how easy it is to disassemble Glocks. I'm relatively new to handguns, and completely new to 1911s, and I had to read parts of the disassembly section of the Kimber manual a few times while disassembling and reassembling the gun. Anyway, as a novice shooter, I'm very happy with the new purchase, but I think my .45 Glocks still take the cake for me!