I have recently gone on a pistol purchasing frenzy. I sold a bunch of stuff I wasn't using and invested in my first HK, and second, and third, and fourth. About a month ago, my first purchase Was a P30L and at the LGS they had the P30 as well! I couldn't decide which to get so I bought both (I got a really good deal, I got both for only $200 more than the listed price of the 30L). I loved both guns. I then wanted to get a .45 so I purchased a HK45c, which is also amazing! The VP9 is was next. I like the VP9, but I kind of wish I had gone with a USP 9 full size instead. Are there any reliability/durability differences between the P series and VP9 and USP? Basically is the VP9 less durable than the USP? Same for P series vs. USP? I have read elsewhere the USP is top dog of these pistols (mark 23 is better?). I'm not looking at torture testing unless that involves ridiculous high round counts under normal conditions.