So I've taken the plunge to outfit my 19 with an RMR. There are several threads on the topic, but I did not see anything specifically relating to DIY and purchasing the slide from Brownells. Anyway for those interested here is what it looks like with some specs and considerations you should take into account: 1. The slide is 17-4 Aircraft Grade Stainless Steel (in the white). 2. Does not come with the shorter RMR mounting screws (screws that come with the RMR will be too long - I'm told) 3. Does not come with a channel liner 4. Once Brownells stock is out, there will be no more per OST 5. You can purchase finished slides with all internals (minus barrel + Recoil Unit + RMR) directly from OST here (includes suppressor sights, shorter mounting screws, and all other internals): http://www.onesourcetactical.com/tsdpistolslides.aspx There is something to be said about purchasing it direct from OST since all parts are assembled/tested, and it's essentially ready to go with the addition of a barrel/RSA/RMR. Once you add up the price on an assembled slide from OST vs. the price on DIY, it is comparable to doing it yourself. DIY continued: 6. Suppressor sights are available from Brownells. They are out of stock on Tritium versions. You can still purchase plain ones (ie. non night sight). Curiously, if you look on Ameriglo's website, you will note that they do not carry the plain sights (I could not find them). They do however have the night sight version but it is out of stock for $120. Dealer cost on plain sights from Brownells is $28 (currently in stock). 7. You will need to purchase a channel liner and either fashion a tool for insertion yourself....or buy a channel liner tool. Since the FP Channel on this slide is completely dry...it will not just slip in. 8. Refinishing options: CCR has received some great reviews and I have personally spoken to Mary (very nice lady). They offer great prices for members on this forum. I was quoted $49 + $8 return shipping on their proprietary "Cera-Hyde" finish. It is available in different colors (FDE, OD, House Black, etc..), but also in their new "Tri-Tanium" finish (which has a metallic look to it). Looking at the quality of this slide...I think I may shoot it awhile as is (until I decide what color I want). 9. Where to get the RMR: I found Gunbroker to be an excellent source for purchasing the RMR. A RM07 can be had NIB for $469 So there you have it. UPS misrouted my RM07 that was supposed to be delivered today, so I will have to wait another week until I'm ready to shoot.