Here is my long term review of my CZ 75B SA I purchased a year ago. The gun cost $600, the hard chrome work was $170(I think). It has probably about 4,000 rounds through it. Appearance: Hard chrome silver done by Mahovsky's Metalife. Thin after market black grips. I was going for a Bren Ten look. 10 out of 10. Sights: Stock sights are 3 dot tritium. I usually like this set up, and they work well. Unlike the P10C, they are bright and clear. Perfect for home defense. 10 out of 10. Grip: Very comfortable, classic CZ all the way. Pointability is better than the SP01, tied with the P07 and P09, and not as good as the P10C. 9 out of 10. Takedown / Re-assembly: 9 out of 10, no issues, and a little easier than P07/P09. Recoil: Needs a little more grip focus than the SP01, 8 out of 10. Safety / De-cocker: The safety is right where it should be. Instinctive and quick. 10 out of 10. Double Action Trigger: N/A Single Action Trigger: For a stock trigger, it is pretty good. Not Cajun good, but that may be remedied. Some take up, solid wall, somewhat long reset. 7 out of 10. Reliability: One failure to feed initially, the hard chrome parts needed to "work together". Flawless since. I will give it 10 out 10 due to the fact I am sure it was hard chrome related. Accuracy: Not as good as P09 or CGW SP01, but better than P07 and P10C. Takes a little more trigger focus, but I have done some good distance work with it. 7.5 out of 10. Verdict: This is my "bling" gun. If I had to star on a cop TV show, I would insist this be my sidearm, no question. The 75B SA has been discontinued, but a hard chrome version on TV would have people demanding that CZ bring it back. My thoughts anyway. For pictures, do a search for "Bren Nine Update" on GT, or check out Mahovsky's Metalife Google reviews.