Finally got to put more than just a few rounds through my G17, 19, and 26 this past Saturday. Signed up for a basic defensive shooting class in anticipation for my CHL class this coming Saturday, in part to make sure I could still hit the broad side of a barn, and in part to make sure the Glocks were running well. The hour long class when closer to 1:45, and I learned a lot (failure drills, movement, etc.). Used a lot of ammo, primarily with the G19, and had no malfunctions of any sort. My impressions: The Glocks are as accurate as the shooter. I was surprised at how little I knew at the beginning of the class. I was shocked at how much I knew at the end of the class. Shooting with a purpose (training, improvement, and focus on real-life defensive scenarios) is a lot more enjoyable than plinking soda cans. After about 200 rounds, the G19 was surprisingly clean. I'm not really looking forward to the CHL class (I'm guessing more classroom time than range time), but I am looking forward to more lessons and joining the local range. Plus, the Glocks are really cool.