Soooooo many erratcic ejection threads and complaints with not just the new Gen 4s, but also some Gen 3s... You get casings to the face, forehead, top of the head, left, right & forward - my new Gen 4 G19 FDE included. With all that said, I don't think I've heard anyone complain that the gun is failing to fire, failing to eject or suffering from sub-par accuracy... Doesn't that mean that these Glocks are still living up to the tough as nails and ultra reliable reputation that they've always enjoyed? Sure its a pain in the ass to get nailed in the face a few times, but I would still bet my life on my 19 and do carry it with 100% confidence. These erratic ejecting Glocks are still firing without stoppages and doing what they were designed to do - shoot accurately and reliably. Not really sure of my point, but I think people need to suck it up a little and quit their whining - call Glock or sell it off. M&Ps had rusting issues, Beretta 92s had frame cracking issues, dont think ANYONE keeps a 1911 stock without changing a few pieces or magazine. Even the infamous backup gun of all time - the SW 642 - had issued with the frame finish peeling. In conclusion: handguns have always had issues, Glocks aren't magical, but they seem to be just as reliable as ever. .