Actually, I'm lying. I took my Beretta Neos as well. You always need at least one rimfire, right? Seriously, I went to the range for a few hours this morning with about 250 rounds of 45ACP. I took five 1911s of complete random choosing - no theme, no comparison, no anything. Anyway, I had a blast (pun intended). The choices were my Para 1911 Limited, DoubleStar DSC, Unertl DLX, S&W Performance Center 1911, and STI Trojan. While all are very solid performers at the range (even the Para), the Unertl simply stands head and shoulders above the others. As I was shooting it, I kept asking myself why in the hell its been so long since I brought it with me. I think its been well over a year since I shot it and most likely a good deal longer. The gun is so solid and so well balanced that it is an absolute pleasure to shoot. Its got a great trigger, fine 24lpi checkering, big visible night sights, and one of the tightest front end lockups I've ever seen. I simply love this gun. The stock grips need to go, but that's another thread. Its a damn shame Unertl went out of business. There hasn't been one on Gunbroker in over a year. I remember Sweeney raving about them in his 2nd volume and I can certainly see why. I don't think very many were built. Mine is #114 and I believe that's out of all three models they produced. Here are some pics. Its odd seeing a bull barrel without a guide rod, but I think its cool nonetheless.