Yes, I have a CZ 75B in .40 S&W and I find it to be an accurate, comfortable gun to shoot. I haven't really found any flaws with the gun other than the grip is a bit wider than my SA GI 1911. However, after holding my SIG 2022, the CZ feels downright slim. The only problems I have encountered were the occassional stove pipe jam with reloaded ammo bought at my local range. I have never had a problem when using factory ammo. I currently have about 2500 rounds through the gun. The sights are well seen but the gun would probably benefit from some tritium or fiber optic sights. I like the idea of being able to carry the gun "cocked and locked" as well as having a second strike capability. The gun is easily broken down for cleaning and breaks down into 4 basic components; frame, barrel, slide, guiderod/spring. It is also very easy to reassemble. The downside to the gun is that it is quite heavy and I would not want to carry the thing on my hip all day long. In my opinion, the CZ 75B is an excellent gun and right on par with my Colt MK IV Series 70 .45 auto or my Springfield Armory GI .45.