I've been pretty much AWOL from GT for quite a while. After going through a whole ordeal trying to resolve ejection issues with my early production Gen4 G19 I finally gave up and bought a Gen3 G19 in Jan of this year. It's been good to me after several thousands of rounds and had nothing significant to report about. Lately I've been craving another Gen4 because I favor the SF grip and texture, only problem is I haven't been able to find a blue label in stock anywhere. Yesterday I got the call that my local my local police supply received 40 of them yesterday. I had to go pick it up today and after using a $100 gift card I had, I walked out the door with it for $320. Serial prefix is UBB with test fire date of 11/9/12. It has the dot connector and new ejector, but same old dipped extractor that came in my Gen3. It looks like Glock has changed the finish again for this batch, it's a slight glossy gray color that isn't as glossy as my 12/5/11 Gen3 but not nearly as flat/rough as when the Gen4s first came out. I like the rough finish for its grippiness but prefer glossy for its ease to clean after a hard range day. This seems like a nice compromise between the two. It also looks like they beefed up the thickness of the polymer inside the front rails. It got my normal "new glock" treatment of a detail strip and thorough cleaning, polish job, reduced power striker safety spring, 0357 trigger bar, and Vickers mag release. I also decided to give one of the Pearce Gen4 BCI a try but the fit is not great and it fails as a magazine ramp so probably won't keep it. Now that it's all pretty I'll test its function tomorrow with some 147gr Speer Lawman and 147gr Winchester X. If everything goes well I'll probably run a box of HST through it as well. Once I feel comfortable with it I'll throw on a set of RB1 sights and call it a day.