Ok, I was reading about the new Generation four Glock 30sf and I haven't been able to get my hands on one, so I started thinking about if I really need one - so let me know and I can be very easily talked into it. I've got two Glock 30sf's and one of the two has been hybridnized (if that's not a word, I just invented it!) by taking my upper off of my Glock 36 and putting it on my Glock 30sf lower (then selling the upper off of THAT Glock 30). It makes it oh so slim, it now fits into my Glock 19/23 holster (Glock 30/30sf slide won't), it still holds 9/10 or 13 rounds, can now be used with a tactical light on the rail, AND it is now 1/4 pound lighter. That gun is my carry gun and with over one thousand FMJ, hollowpoint, glasser rounds (very few - they cost so much) and it is my most accurate gun. I get two inch groups (on a good day) using speer 200 grain gold dots over a sand bag rest at 25 yards. Not one failure to feed, fire, or function (eject). Now THAT'S perfection! So, what benifit with a Generation four Glock 30sf? Without the grip adapters (correct me if I'm wrong) it will be just like holding a Glock 30sf - and I don't need the larger grip adaptors, so they are not a consideration. I'll be back to a "thick" slide and less holster options - although I might be able to put the Glock 36 upper on it. So, generation four benifits over generation three 30sf (and my hybrid): 1) better grip surface, 2) larger magazine release. That's it, I don't think there is a "third" reason. So, long thread short: how many have/carry the Glock 36/30 hybrid, have you found them to be as accurate as mine or did I luck out, and finally should I think about getting a Generation four Glock 30sf for (unless you can come up with more) the above two reasons? I do know the 30sf (and now my 36/30) is my favorite Glock, and I don't currently have a Generation four so if I don't get the Generation four Glock 30sf, I'm going to get a Generation four Glock 32 (.357 sig) instead - but that's another story.