So today I purchased the Steyr L9A2 at a local shop, when I arrived in the parking lot, Brain (BAC) had the paper work and a pen in hand for me. Somebody was really excited watching a friend spend money. In all seriousness, a huge thank you to Big Ed for notifying me and Brian for counsel and a good lunch. Ok, lets get to business. After lunch I headed to my range , picked up 100 rounds of 115 FMJ, took the pistol apart, sprayed her down with CLP, worked the action, loaded up the mags and the fun began. My observations are as follows: The steyr is a natural pointer, it felt like a target pistol. The texture is very good, and the ergo's were spot on. The fit and finish were excellent. Accuracy wise, it did its part, The trapezoidal sights took some getting used to. I kept pulling to the left, I suspect the grip angle and the pre installed small back strap may have factored in. The recoil was very mild, a little more than my APX and Archon, but less than my Walther PPQ 5 inch, it is a flat shooter. The Trigger has a small amount of take up, less than the Walther PPQ ,But more than the APX and a crisp break, my only complaint is the very soft reset (both audible & Tactile) I short stroked the trigger twice, that is on me, I ride the reset. There were no malfunctions. I will need to spend some more time with it, and shoot the Steyr next to my other striker fired pistols.... I see a (Steyr vs APX vs PPQ vs P99AS) in the near future. Pros: Build quality Ergo's Accuracy Very Low bore axis Cool Factor Cons: Soft reset Light attachment....I attached my Olight Valkyrie,The lights sits very low in relation to the trigger guard.