I've given up on shooting the DA/SA P226, P220, 92F, CZ75 and other similar to the level that I am happy with. I've done some flipping and wound up buying new 1911's in calibers other than the .45acp.....figuring I'd take full advantage of the reloading gear I'm slowly acquiring, too. In addition to the 45's....I now have 5" & 4.25" 9mm, two 5" 10mm and am looking beyond. I'll be keeping my wheelguns in 44 RemMag for deer hunting, but will also be using the 10mm for such. I've been getting some nicer guns than what I used to have....but nothing custom or higher grade semi-custom such as Alchemy, Wilson Combat, EdBrown or Nighthawk. If I were to order such a gun it'd be my primary carry gun and would see much range time, too. I've been thinking about what cartridge to chamber that really nice gun in. I'm 51 now and can feel the beginning effect of arthritis in my hands....it's been in my knees & spine for ages, lol. I used to say, "I'm as good once as I ever was"....now, however, not so sure that's accurate, lol. .45 is what I've always used in my 1911 until recent times. The 9mm are mighty sweet shooting at the range. The 10mm aren't punishing and will do great for hunting. The 9mm are much more cost efficient to shoot, too. Seems as if the .38Super would take advantage of the longer cartridge length the 1911 was designed for, rim would make for assured extraction, more case capacity could be used to push 'em faster and the 9mm-sized projectiles would be much cheaper to buy for those range sessions.....less "punishing" on the hands & weapon, too. This would be for a gun that I'd plan on shooting/carrying for a long, long time. I'm kicking around the idea...... I'd appreciate feedback from others who have experienced similar wants and if you did add .38Super how it went for you.