Smart men learn from their mistakes, wise men learn from the mistakes of others. I'm shooting for wise if possible. Gen 3 Glock 19, Zev slide (price was cheaper than it would cost to mod the OEM) with a Faxon barrel and TBRC compensator. It ran fine without the compensator and runs well for a couple of mags until it heats up, then occasional stove pipes appear. I've heard that the pressure placed on the barrel by the compensator can affect the functioning and you have play with recoil spring weights. But I don't have the personal experience with compensators to be self diagnosis the issue and the solution. Complicating the issue is that it only happens when the gun gets warm. Hot enough that you don't want to hold onto the front half of the slide or touch the barrel. Assistance would be appreciated.