Greetings Everyone, I'm still stuck with my primary residence in Kalifornia and a secondary in Northern Idaho. I just mention that first because in Kalifornia, Glocks that are newer than gen 3 as well as many of the older Glocks are currently banned as "unsafe handguns". On a personal level, I have to admit that up until a couple years ago - I really never cared much for Glocks. Hold the tar and feathers a few more minutes guys! My problem was that I really never liked the HK VP70z or the P9s, so I was a bit reluctant to embrace another polymer handgun. After shooting a first generation Glock, I liked them even less because of the ergonomics, like the grip angle, the slippery surface of the polymer, unfamiliar trigger, and what I perceived as "poor balance" due to the light-weight. I also couldn't shoot one as well as any other gun I owned. That said, I always liked the reliability and durability, and recommended to many folks to look them over. Fast-forward to 2016 - when one of my friends insisted that I shoot his gen 3 G17. After running a couple magazines, I was really surprised that I shot this pistol well and it seemed to "point" much better than the one I'd fired long ago. Then my friend introduced me to the G34 and my whole attitude changed. I now actually wanted one! In November of 2017, I became the proud owner of an OD green G34 and the rest is history. Since then, the bug has really bitten me and now I've gone crazy building various versions of the Polymer80 pistols. The Polymer80's grip angle and texture (I opted for the Brownell's "aggressive texture" in coyote) solved the few remaining issues I still had. There are a lot of Glock fans that don't understand why a non-prohibited person would want to spend nearly as much to build a pistol (and quite possibly MORE) than a new Glock sells for. The improved ergonomics and ability to select whatever options I want is the motivating factor in building my own. Anyway, once I make Idaho my primary residence - I plan to celebrate by purchasing a new Glock 41.