I can't fault you for wanting an M9/92FS because a badass cop used one in a movie.
I fell in love with the 92FS after watching Lethal Weapon with Mel Gibson as a kid. I wanted one. the curves and design of the gun are so unique, nothing looks like it!
I don't like ugly guns, so to me, a gun needs to have some sex appeal in order for me to like it. might be part of the reason I don't like glocks, they're just ugly!
I mean, what good is it if you have the performance of a Viper or Vette ZR1, with the looks of a honda civic?
My first gun purchase, right when I turned 21, was a Beretta 92FS. Mine was used, most likely a police trade in. I bought it in 02, but it was originally sold in 94. I've put at least 10,000 rounds through it myself, and who knows how many by the first owners/department.
Only problem I've ever had with it was a bunch of mis-feeds when I first got it, but because it was in the middle of the 94 gun ban, I have a feeling that the gunstore kept the factory mags to sell at a premium, and gave me some junk mag to go with it. it didn't even have a name or part number stamped onto the mag. Once I picked up a few factory mags for it, I've never had a misfeed, jam, or malfunction of any kind.
As far as accuracy, the accuracy of the gun exceeds my abilities. I had a guy at the range challenge me to slide a car in half with a single shot. I took about 15 shots and was able to get the card to flutter back and forth a few times, but couldn't slice it. the guy says "mind if I try?" and he took my gun, fired about 4 shots to see where mine was shooting, then with his 5th shot he sliced the card.
I love mine and would buy another. I've used mine in a lot of IDPA/IPSC competition shooting, so the holster wear you see if from me. the finish was nearly perfect when I bought it.
and for my carry piece, I use a Beretta 96G Elite II. it's got a match grade barrel muzzle, taller/thicker mag release button, skeletonized hammer, checkered front and back straps on the grip; there's no safety, just a decocker--flip it down to decock and it pops right back up into the fire position, and it has removable front/rear sights (I've added night sights to it because of this feature. local gunsmith told me "You can't add night sights to the front of a beretta" until I showed him mine and said 'wanna bet?' lol