The gun show is this weekend and I am going to come home with either a Glock 26 or a Glock 36. I already have a Gen 1 Glock 17 and a Gen 3 Glock 23, and I want a baby Glock. I have made very good friends with my G23 in .40 S&W so I was thinking that I would get a G36 just so that I can have ammo coverage: 9mm Luger, .40S&W, and .45ACP -- which I do understand is the weird way of doing it, which is generally: 17, 19, 26 or 21, 22, and 27. I was also thinking that the G36 might be the smallest, slimmest Glock, which means it might be best for CCW. I don't really care about capacity as it isn't my prime motivator, but I have heard more people gush about their love affair with their G26 everywhere and people are generally pretty "meh" about their G36. In fact, some people say that the G36 "is closer in size to the G19" which I believe might be pretty unlikely. If I go for the smallest, easiest-to-carry unit, does the G26 win? Or, does the narrowness of the single-stack grip make up for the longer slide? Finally, what about reliability circa 2011? Have they worked the kinds out in the G36, or was that all urban legend? And yes, 9mm is cheaper and people love their 26s, and they 26s do fit my G17 magazines. Oh, please forgive me for gushing like this but I am not too sure what my decision will be. And, should I be considering the G27?