I am probably one of those people the 45 GAP is intended. I grew up on the 45 acp and like that caliber, but my trigger reach is too short (large glove size, but short fingers) for my glock 30. Also I like to conceal under a polo shirt and the mini glock for my body type is really at the top end of size. Presently my normal carry piece is a glock 27 in Kramer IWB holster. I accept the compromises of the 40 - use only factory ammo, only a couple of times up the ramp for individual round,etc. I also accept the somewhat sharp recoil and slow recovery time. If glock does and I expect they will chamber a 45 GAP in a mini frame I wonder what it will be like and how it will perform. I understand the slide may be wider, but this could be a good thing for handling recoil and for me at least the grip is what is important for concealment. Also how many round would the magazine hold? I suspect 6. Would the velocity be there for expansion in the short barrel? What would recoil and recovery time be like? Also would point of impact change with different loads? I have found 45 acp to be very good in this regard with all 230 gr bullets shooting to some point of impact. Even different bullet weights in 45 acp do not seem to change point of impact to degree that happens with other calibers. So talk to me about what a mini glock in 45 GAP would be like.