I will be transitioning to .40, away from 9mm this friday. I have narrowed the choices down to the three obvious choices: HK USP Compact v1, Sig P229, and Glock 23. I don't want price to be something brought up in this thread, because they are all within a few hundred of each other and price isn't really the deciding factor at all. I know all three mfrs are excellent quality, and I currently have a glock, so I am most comfortable with that, though after some range time with all three rentals I can honestly say I like the feel of all three, though they all do feel different. Between the three, if price was no option, is there any COMPELLING feature/quality about one that makes it stand out above the other two warranting a decision? Because I am having a hell of a time deciding, the HK is sure sexy, but I've carried a glock for two years now, so there's that added comfort/familiarity. And the sig is just highly regarded so that earned its way into consideration. Anything I might not have thought of to sway my decision in one way or another? Thanks for your suggestions!