Like the title says, I'm lurking, waiting, hoping. I've always been a .45 fan. .45 Colt, .45 ACP, heck, .45-70. I like the balance provided by .45 rounds: decent ballistics at moderate pressures. I've become a fan of Glocks. Good solid pistols at good solid prices. I want a .45 GAP, probably a G38. But man oh man, do I ever want decent blasting ammo at a reasonable price. I want Georgia Arms to get past the component shortage, and offer their 185 grain/875 fps canned heat ammo. I wait, and I lurk, and I hope. I figure there's a G38, a 4th Gen, in my future. The idea is so wonderful, for me it fulfills the promise of the .40 S&W without the downside (i.e., pressure). Got to see the ammo in stock, before I'll buy a G38 I want to be able to confidently order a thousand or two thousand rounds of ball ammo for a decent price. I'll be honest: sometimes I've carried a 1911 or a G21 (mine, cut down to G30 butt dimensions) with hardball, or with 200 grain SWCs. I've done that with 9mm as well (well, you understand me: 115 or 124 grain FMJ) but I've never felt as comfortable with it. Maybe I'm a fool (I'm a fool I'm a fool!) but I trust a .45 more with hardball/softball than I trust a 9mm with hardball. I do trust premium 9mm hollowpoints, but dang I hate paying for them. We've come a long way since the 1986 Miami Massacre. I want a G38, oh boy howdy. Got to see the ammo, though. I made the mistake of falling in love with the 6.5x55mm back when no one except Norma loaded it, and Norma is apparently Swedish for "really 'spensive." Wanna kill these ads? We can help!