These just became available very recently. In fact, they aren't even on ATI's website yet, I don't believe. I haven't seen tham pop up on Gunbroker yet either. There are two models available, the Military and the Thunderbolt. The only ATI 1911 I see online is the German rimfire. They are built by Shooters Arms Manufacturing (SAM) in the Philippines and quality seems great, actually. My dealer got both models in, and for just over $400 OTD, I decided to pick up the Military model. SAM does some good stuff. The Thunderbolt model is $200 more, but is totally enhanced to include a beavertail, FLGR, nice front strap checkering, a skeletonized hammer and trigger, a rail (which was the dealer breaker for me), and I believe an ambi safety, all for $600. I was impressed and if it weren't for the rail, I probably would have bought it instead. You don't see checkering on $600 1911s that often, especially nice checkering. Still, the Military is cool. I like the wide hammer and solid construction. This is one HEAVY 1911, at 41.2oz. Its at least 2oz heavier than any other GI I own. Amazingly, its heavier than my Springfield TGO1, Ed Brown Classic Custom, Wilson Super Grade, Kimber Super Match II, and Liebenberg Signature. All of these 1911s have full length guide rods, magwells, and ever other feature you can think of. I can't understand why its so heavy, to be honest. Its obviously something to do with the steel. I only have a few 1911s heavier than it and only by very little. Here are some pics. The best part about it is that it comes in a cardboard box.