Mas, I have a couple questions. First, I have been wondering about your thoughts on cleaning and am glad someone else asked. Here's a followup to your answer to the question CDR_Glock asked. You say with a Glock, you go 1,000 rounds or so between cleanings. Do you take that same approach with a gun you carry daily or just with range guns? If it's your carry gun and you go to the range and shoot, will you clean it before carrying again, or if it's a gun like a Glock that you know can go a while between cleanings, do you just go back to carrying it and lubing it monthly? Ok, on to my main question. What's your thoughts on testing self defense ammo in a carry gun? Opinions seem to be all over the place. Some say run 50 through and then carry it. But other opinions will range from 200 to 400+ as being the number of failure free rounds you should have before trusting any given ammo in your carry gun. What's your thoughts? What do you do? Do you worry about different lots of ammo, or do you assume once a given round is tested in your gun that all future boxes you buy will work?