Hey guys, I'm posting this in hopes that someone from Glock reads here. I carried a Glock 19 for about four years. I still think it is the best combination of compactness, usable barrel length, and ammo capacity there is for a carry pistol. It is also, in the opinion of many people, myself included, the best all around "only pistol" one could buy. About six months ago I sold it to a good friend. He likes it even more than I did. Now to my point. The one thing I never became completely comfortable with on the Glock was the lack of a safety. The grip safety on a 1911 or on the Springfield Armory XD/XDM lines, adds a measure of security to reholstering that I find lacking in the Glock. Consequently, when I decided to move to a large capacity .45 for carry, I ended up with the SA XDM-45, with its 1911-like grip safety--even though in every other respect, I truly believe the Glock to be a superior handgun. While there are other considerations I'm sure, I just can't understand Glock's failure to address this issue, even though the incidents of AD's on reholstering are common enough to have a nickname that starts with "Glock...". It never happend to me, and I never had a close call, but I was always hyper-conscious of the risk. Indeed, I continued to be even with the XDM. In the last several months, I've started carrying Colt, rather than the XDM, just because I shoot it consistently better. The 1911, of course, has both a thumb safety and the grip safety. Please, Gaston, consider a grip safety for the Gen 5 models. I'd like to come back. A G21 Gen5 with grip safety? Serial number 0000001 will be in my holster!