Since the Glock 30 came out, have there been any cosmetic changes to the newer ones that would affect comfort? In my other post I was debating between a barely used G30 and a G36, so I wanted to compare them. In my friend's store, where I could get a barely used G30 (I don't know how old it is, except it has the old "smooth" uncontoured magazine floor plate), they didn't have a stock G36 but an employee did have a customized one, so I was able to hold them both to compare. The used G30 felt okay. Hoping to look at both together, I went to a different gun store to see if they had BOTH in stock for comparison. They had a used G36 that was "Robar'ed" and a brand new G30, and while holding the Robar-ed G36 didn't help me at all, the brand new G30 felt better than the used one in the hand, and I'm not sure why. I did notice though that the floor plates of the new G30 were sculpted and contoured to feel like an extension of the handle, which might have been why the new one seemed to feel better that the used one seemed. So my question, since my friend doesn't have both a used G30 AND a new G30 is... Have the G30's changed at all ergonomically (besdies the magazine floor plate) since they came out? And if not, can I buy NEW floor plates for the G30 or can I buy new magazines that have the newer (better) floor plate? I could pick up the barely used G30 for $400, but I'd still like to compare it to a new one, but my friend doesn't have the new mags in stock. Are the frames the same?