Whip and blast with the scandium J's in .357 is nasty.
But then a .357 hot in any short bbl rig is gonna have flash and blast.
Indoors it sucks to practice with such stuff..............outdoors way more pleasant.
Low light scenerio, flash might be a problem. But recoil and blast won't be............maybe just aware of the gun having gone high and it taking a while to get back down for the next shot (like when hunting- such gun movement gets kind of annoying).
If you are driven to succeed, and focused to practice, the light J's can be mastered.
For the casual shooter looking for some sidearm, probably not the best choice.
With the emasculation of most in today's society, the average consumer should steer well away from such a beast.
You want power in a light package, it has a cost.
You have to decide what compromises you will make in your quest for a gun, sporting, target or defensive. There is no perfect rig.
Love the idea of buying more than one gun Rhett
But not a friggin' Taurus.