Mas and others, So I've got a question for you. Recently after buying my first house, ammo price has become more of a concern than it used to be. I've currently got a nice stock of handguns and am thinking about thinning out my collection a bit and selling a Glock 22 and a Glock 30, and purchasing a single Glock 19. After going down the .40 path, I've really realized I don't enjoy shooting it too much. I like many others find it snappy and am less accurate than with 9mm. By contrast I love the 45 but the ammo is so damn expensive compared to 9. I've read a lot of your stuff and the work of other serious gun buffs through the years and it leads me to believe many of the overarching concerns surrounding the effectiveness of 9mm rounds that were so prevalent 20 yrs ago are no longer relevant. What are your thoughts today on the merits of the 9 in its best loadings (either the Gold Dot 124 gr 9mm+P, Corbon 9mm 115 grain +P+ or the really fancy 147 grain loads like HST or Ranger-T) in comparison to top 40 and 45 loads?