Well I went to the range today with my Gen 4 26. Approx 700 rounds down the pipe. Zero failures to feed, extract, or anything. Has the updated ejector, same extractor that came on it originally. I updated the ejector myself even though I wasn't having (and never had) the brass to the face issue. Until today that is. This is what I discovered. Interesting to say the least. The brass to the face was completely ammo dependent. I was shooting reloads however, I was using 2 different powders and loads. Same OAL, and primers, clean brass. With my 124gr 4.6 grs using unique powder, zero brass to the face. I have over 500 rounds of this load down the pipe in this 26 and have had nothing but great success. With 124gr 3.9 grs using clays, brass to the face every round. Today was the first day I tried the clays. I was using it for other calibers and decided that I'll load some 9mm with it since I had just run out of unique. Which is what I normally use and have had great results with it. I could literally put in a mag of unique, fire with great ejection. Then follow it with a mag of clays, brass only hitting me in the face. The unique is a much hotter load. You can definitely feel the difference in recoil to an extreme degree. More to follow on this. I'll work up a load using bullseye powder this weekend and test it monday afternoon to see if the trend continues. I still have 150 rounds of the unique loaded and sitting in the safe that I can use to test this in conjunction with other make ups. I'll even churn out another 50 rounds of the clays since my press is still setup to load it right now. I'll mix match rounds in the same mag as well to see if it is indeed round specific. Stay tuned my friends.