I picked up the RMR for $444.50 from Amazon, and it arrived in 2 days, with free shipping. The next best price was optics planet for $467, and $550 (MSRP) at the LGS. I decided on the non-LED version, so I don't need to worry about batteries, LEDs, or adjustments. It is always on. The tritium is supposed to last for 10 years. This means I pay $44 a year for night time/storm use, but it will work as long as there is a sun. 7MOA is the smallest DI dot offered. I looked at the 9 and 13, but felt they were too large for what I wanted. I may regret that decision later, but only time will tell. Here is a picture of the RMR with just the tritium dot. I only have one lamp on, so there is not enough ambient light for the fiber optic to have an impact. Iphone picture: Here is a picture of the RMR during the day,when the room is much brighter. Iphone picture: For the weekly update: Sent the slide of to L&M Precision to have the slide machined. Slide machined, rear sight relocation, bottom plate for RMR, filler panel for if RMR removed, and refinishing the slide in cerakote came out to $310. So far: $444 RMR-04 $80 Ameriglow Suppressor height night sights $145 Mill slide $35 Move rear sight $8 bottom seal plate $65 filler panel for slide if RMR removed $55 refinish slide $30 shipping both ways Total: $862 in addition to the G35 Mark sent me these photos. http://i6.photobucket.com/albums/y245/JDriver18t/P2152271_zps31bed5ec.jpg http://i6.photobucket.com/albums/y245/JDriver18t/P2152270_zps5282e0ef.jpg G23 OD frame, lone wolf XXL barrel and DC1 recoil spring locator, extended controls, spring kit. Also have threaded .40, threaded 40-9, and stock G35 barrel. All in all, $860 for the RMR, milling and associated work, $450 in barrels, and the glock frame that I choose to use that day. The threaded barrels are for a Thompson Machine QMF-2 that arrives in an untold number of months (approval wait game). I figured that I would share for all of you out there considering the awesomeness of going this route.