I am absolutely grateful that you take the time to answer our questions. Before I took an earlier retirement from a State agency to go back to school full time, we would discuss your techniques and tips before we had to qualify. (We still used S&W M65s and some of us used your stress fire technique.) Thanks for all that you do for the shooting/personal defense industry. I just picked up the "Complete Book of Handguns", (as I do every year it comes out), and was highly interested in the article about the Gen 4 26. I have noticed the same thing with my baby Glocks. In the article one of the things you mentioned the dual recoil spring may be one of the contributing factors. With that said; Did you notice any improvement with the accuracy with the Gen 4s and the new recoil spring? The reason I ask, I picked up a new Gen 4 22 and went from a 5 inch group at 25 yards to about a two inch group. I don't know if it is a fluke or not. Curious to read your opinion, Frank. P.S. I have to ask. In your article you said, (I am paraphrasing), that recent input has you reconsidering your preference in baby Glock caliber. Just wondering if anything changed or if you still prefer the 27 or 33.