Took the Sig P250 Subcompact out today, and shot about 150 rounds through it. Here are some things I observed- 1. Trigger pull is possibly THE BEST DAO trigger pull I've ever felt in my life on a handgun. 2. Pistol is more accurate than I am, but I found that even with the DAO trigger pull, I was able to maintain a very good grouping with the pistol, as there is no stacking or roughness in the trigger pull. Smooth as glass! 3. No malfunctions were observed throughout slow-fire, and balls-to-the-wall rapid fire. I attempted to get the gun hot, as if to try and induce a malfunction, but no luck with that. The gun functioned 100%. 4. Muzzle flip wasn't bad at all, and recoil was comparable to the S&W M&P9C that I used to have. The P250 Subcompact is a very nice shooter! 5. Only comes with one 12-round mag. Spare mags are $40, IF you can find them for the Subcompact, as it was just released. Another interesting note is that my P250 Subcompact has a born-on date of 12/26/2009. Less than a month old. I must also mention that ammo types used were the following- Winchester Ranger 9mm NATO FMJ, Winchester White Box 115gr, and Federal 115gr. 50 of each type were shot to test ammunition functionality. I would have shot more, but 9mm is hard to find around here. I really gotta start ordering online.....I will get to the range next weekend and shoot the S&W 325 Night Guard I got; I know a lot of people are looking forward to that one.