I have a couple Glocks - more specifically a 23 and a 21. I have had the 23 since '94-'95 and despite shooting several thousands of rounds of .40 through it, it has never had a failure of any type. I have only had the Glock 21 for ~6 years. I have put a few thousand rounds through it - still no failures of any kind. I dunno...did everyone having FTFs forget how to polish a stinkin' feed ramp? If it is not a mirror, it is not finished.
Just to dispel any wild notions that I may be making wild fanboy claims, Glocks are good but by no means my favorite handgun. My favorite handgun is the 1911 and the Combat Commander (both in .45acp of course). I also have several Berettas, Sigs, S&W, Paras, Rugers, etc in the collection so I have not been brainwashed by the Austrians.
By the way, if you ever want to see a Glock forum momentarily implode, you do NOT go in and say "the Glock is okay but the 1911 (or any other handgun) is much better and here is why....blah blah blah." The most fun to be had with Glock fanboys requires a more subtle approach. You go to any Glock fanboy forum and say something like "Glocks are great - best firearm ever invented...amazing. Still, the best Glock ever made is the Glock (insert any Glock model number here) and it is the best because blah blah blah blah...." Obviously, they are Glock fanboys but would you believe most carry it a step further? Glock fanboys are very often specific model fanboys as well. The thought of a Glock 21 somehow being superior to their Glock 22 or their Glock 17 is almost as offensive to them as the thought of a 1911 being superior to a Glock. Funny how that thought process tends to work.