I had a Glock 20 a few years back, and I was unimpressed with glock since then until just a couple of days ago. The G20 was a 10mm, so the grip was fairly large. I'm 5'8, I dont have huge hands and the G20 was uncomfortable to me. And I wasn't accurate with it whatsoever, which is the main reason I got rid of it. I sold it and got an Springfield XD and was happy. I am currently in the process of trying to get on at the Sheriff's department, and they require you to have a Glock of your choice in .40S&W, that will fit in a level 3 holster. They will not pay for it, they will however, lend you the money and dock a percentage of your pay until its paid off. I researched different glocks and decided that a G22 gen 4 would best fit this forced Glock duty weapon. So, deciding that I am in a better money situation now than I will be when if get hired on at the sheriff's office, I went to my gun shop to pick one up. They were out of G22 Gen 4's, but had them in G17's, and they had a G23 RTF2 with straight serrations. First thing I noticed about the G17 gen 4, was it fit my hand WAY better than the G20 did. But I can't use that on the department. So I picked up the G23 RTF2, and wow! It stuck to my hand like glue! I bought it, took it to the range, and I must say that I am now a glock fan! My only complaint is the trigger doesnt feel that great to me. But I guess a 3.5# connector will fix that, so I hear from this website. This 23 shoots better than my XDM, tighter groups, weighs less than my XD9mm subcompact, and the looks are growing on me! I liked it so much I went back to the gun shop and put a G27 with glock night sights on lay-a-way. I'm selling my XDM and giving my wife the XDsubcompact and the G27 will be my new concealed carry weapon. Now if they can just get another G22 gen 4 with night sights installed, I'll be set, regardless of whether I make it on the department or not. I'm glad I was FORCED into this decision! I know some will ask for pictures, so here ya go.