Got a few dumb questions probably, but don't know the answers so I'll just ask and get it over with. Got a gen3 glock 23 and I was looking into changing some stuff up on it, specifically the barrel. I've seen barrels with compensators at the end and then I've seen ported barrels, ported slides...ported slides with ported barrels, etc. Is there really a different between a ported barrel and a threaded barrel with a compensator? And all the other options listed above? Do they basically all do about the same thing? I do have a suppressor I'd like to eventually throw on it so I'm leaning towards the threaded barrel so I could thread on a compensator when the suppressor wasn't on and basically have the best of both worlds. And for the final silly question...anyone who has ever shot a glock with one of these mods...does it really make that big of a difference in recoil when you just shoot normal single shot slowly or is the recoil reduction only really noticed under quick firing?