After much hemming and hawing, I bought a K6S sight unseen. Don't know why I decided to take a chance but I did. I never cared for Kimber M1911s and I thought that their rifles are just okay. Nonetheless this K6S looks funky and reviews were good, so I took a chance. The gun came with a soft case AND a speed strip. I thought that the speed strip was a nice touch. At first blush, the fit and finish are pretty good. Not great but pretty good. I dinged it for the brushed finish that while handsome, was not evenly finished. Better than a Ruger finish but that doesn't say much at all. Trigger pull is heavy. This isn't a several hundred rounds session gun. It will wear your trigger finger out. However, it is smooth. Very smooth. The radiused trigger face also is a nice touch for quick DA work. It also stage-able like a Colt DA pull. Good or bad, depends on who you ask. You can pull it straight through and it will work just fine. Or you can stage it for the longer shots. Since that I'm a Colt wheelgun dude, I like stage-able DA pull. Very well defined sights. So nice to see snubbies with workable sights. The Ruger LCR's sights are also nice. The push button for cylinder release is positive as well. Easier to activate than on a Ruger. The grip is comfortable and well shaped for my hand. It's just too sticky for my CCW preference. I'll get me a set of wooden grips to replace it soon enough. I really don't understand Smith & Wesson, Ruger and now Kimber and Colt putting rubber grips on CCW wheelguns. Yes, they're more comfortable to shoot but these guns aren't meant for "comfortable" shooting. They're meant for concealed carry and that means smallish and smooth grips (wood, micarta or whatever). But for those who don't want to CCW it and think of it as a woods gun, then the rubber grip is fine. Recessed charge holes is a nice feature. As is the radiused muzzle. Overall, a nice package. I've seen street prices on these suckers dipping into the $750 range.