LGS has a new Gen 3 20SF (UUV prefix, I believe) in stock for 575 otd. Figuring in tax, it comes out to what amounts to 538.65 + tax. Factors: 1. White label (Glock part # PF2050101 - 10 round mags). Bummer, because I live in a free state. 2. Already own a beautifully set up G29SF w/NS. I also have a ported, extended LW barrel (around 4.8" I believe). With 15 round mags and A&G extensions, for all practical purposes, it pretty much is a shortened G20SF. 3. Also own a Gen4 G21. Buy a conversion barrel, and I am pretty much set (for the range anyway). Why do I want a G20SF? 1. The G29SF is great for carry, but my Gen4 G21 fits my hand like a glove. Sure, I could drop in a conversion barrel, but that would be a range-only setup (I don't carry conversions for defense). 2. Extra velocity. 3. Full sized grip. 4. I don't particularly wish to buy a used G20, as you never know what sort of handloads someone has been running through it. Maybe I'm just being paranoid, but I do believe this is a very real concern with a 10mm. The only real bummer is the 10 round mags. I have regular capacity mags for it, but buying any 15-round Glock with 10-rounders is kinda... blah. I haven't bought a new Glock in quite some time. Is 575 otd a decent price for the large frame Glocks? I do see them listed elsewhere online, but usually not in stock, and if you figure in shipping, FFL ($20), etc, it's typically pretty close. And with all factors considered, is my money better spent elsewhere? Like, for instance, Underwood ammo? Pretty torn on this one... Thoughts?