I did some thinking over the last couple of weeks and revaluated my handgun collection. I pretty much revamped about 75% of my list of guns to get, while keeping the same total number. I really think I'm done with the new production stuff, other than a couple high end 1911s that I still want. Gone from my list are as follows: The latest and greatest polymers - What's the point of collecting them when new models are always being introduced? Many of the new production 1911s - Simply no need. I trimmed my 1911 list down to three more custom/semi custom models. A few other obscurities - I have enough of the weird stuff already. Added to my list are as follows: West German P-series Sigs - More specifically a P226, P229, P225, P228, P220 in 9mm, and possibly a German P239. No rails, no goofy color schemes, and certainly not built in Exeter. I'm talking all black, West German Sigs. A couple older Belgian Hi Powers - The Hi Power remains my favorite 9mm and I have very little to show for that in my collection. I have a few newer production models and that's it. I want a couple from the 1970's or older built in Belgium, not Portugal. More 1st, 2nd, and 3rd generation Smith & Wesson autos - I'm talking a 39 (which I can't believe I don't own yet), a 645, and 745, a 4506, and an older Performance Center model. Other than that, I still need a couple of high end exotic 9mms, like the Korth Autopistol and possibly a P7M13. I'm also thinking another Sig P210 - an older model this time perhaps from the 1950's. 44 Auto Mag - Been on my list for several years and its not coming off until I pick one up. Anyway, I already completely reorganized my gun shelves to accommodate my new list. I think I'm now headed in the right direction as I finish my collection. My plan is to stop at 200 handguns. As of now, I own 174. There are exactly 26 left on my list (I'm a bit OCD about my handgun collection) Thoughts?