Greetings. My disclaimer: I hate asking questions that have already been asked. I recently asked a question in another thread that went unanswered, and also thought up another question. That said, I've decided to just start another thread, instead of highjacking some else's question. With that out of the way: I'm considering a new 19 in about a month, but contemplating gen 3 or 4. For me, the reduced grip size is nice, but being a lefty the ambi mag release is really nice. I know others manage with their middle finger, but I really like using my thumb on my Gen 4 G22. A gen 3 is not out of the question, but wouldn't be my first pick. Ive seen lots of posts about Gen 4's having issues, and some about late model gen 3's as well. I've also seen that Glock has made some big modifications to make the Gen 4's work, but haven't seen the same for the Gen 3's. That said, has anything been done to fix the later model Gen 3's? Is the recoil on the Gen 4 19 really reduced with the new RSA? Really tough Google this topic without running into link after link about the recall, issues people have had, etc. Has anyone compared a 3rd to 4th gen 19 and determined if the new problematic RSA even accomplished it's intended goal of reducing recoil? Are there any confirmed cases of 4th gen issues that have all of the updated parts? Thanks!