Hi. I am a new member and have yet to get my first Glock. Will probably start with a 43x. There's nothing obviously appealing about a Glock, just to look at it. I wouldn't imagine that it's more enjoyable to shoot than an all-metal gun. There's no rare-gun cool factor. They're inexpensive, but not super-inexpensive. Why have they become so dominant in the market? What's so great about them?