I had a foray with a Dan Wesson 10mm CBOB and had nothing but problems with it. The slide froze to the frame after the third shot...after a trip to DW and several attempts at pardoning the gun, I happily sold it at a significant loss. My first attempt at a 10mm in a 1911 was sour to say the least. I'm thinking about it again, but don't want to look back and say I should have known better than to do it again. I like to shoot real 10mm's not CCI blazers or Remington's UMC stuff, but Buffalo Bore and similar reloads. Can the newer Colt Delta Elites handle full power ammo? I would like adjustable sights, match barrel, ambidextrous safety, some checkering, and a GARAUNTEE to work. Gentlemen help me out here. Any approach I take will cost a few buck$, should I get a Colt Delta Elite and send it back to Colt's custom shop for my accoutrements, or have a custom Fusion made? Price will probably be within $200 or so dollars of each other once all is said and done. Fusion is run by a former DW employee (maybe he was even the owner), so Im a little nervous about Fusions quality and reliability after my Dan Wesson experience. Kimber might be an option, but for some reason, they seem like the Fords of the 1911 world everywhere and not of the utmost quality. (Im not trying to offend Ford owners, they just have a sales by volume approach, different than say Ferrari.) Wilson Combat, and Ed Brown are great (the Bugattis of the 1911 world), but out of my price range. How reliable are the DE's and Fusions with full power ammo? Thanks.