I own a 19, 26, and 27. I love all 3 of my Glocks... love 'em. I keep a WX150 (light) on the G19 and use it as my bedside table gun. The other 2 are my EDC's. I shoot about 2x a week at the range and have really improved over the last several months. Anyway, the other day at the range, I was shooting my 27 and next to me was a gentleman shooting a Sig (not sure what model... not a Sig guy) chambered in .357SIG. Um... wow. One hell of a round. I kept seeing the 'small' holes in his target but felt this crazy percussion coming through and around the walls. I shot it a couple of times and began the lusting for a Glock in that caliber. I decided on the G32. I love that it will fit the same holsters as my 19, and likely, I'd make it my new bedside gun while the G19 would be moved to range and carry duty when clothing permits (and I don't carry the G32 for some reason). Anyway, all this typing is to setup why I want this caliber and ask a question. Should I trade my old Taurus PT100 (.40s&w) plus obvious cash for a G32? I ask this only because I've had a somewhat strict "never sell a gun" personal policy. However, this PT100 is just a safe queen. It's a great gun... never jammed, ever. It shoots a great round with very little recoil because of it's mass. The mass prevents me from ever shooting it or carrying it. I always carry a Glock and when going to the range I never take the Taurus because I'd rather shoot the 27 anyway. Since the Taurus isn't a Colt, Sig, Glock, or some other more reputable gun maker, I'm tempted to just go ahead and sell it. Not sure what I'd get though, but I think if I could get $280 or so, I'd do it and then buy the G32. Thoughts?