I've got 2 Commanders and a full size two tone. I couldn't bring myself to shoot my two Wilsons or even the Springfield Trophy Match that I bought as a shooter. I haven't shot any of the Norincos yet either (I know, I know), but reportedly 100% functioning. The Commanders are tuned with performance internals. The two tone is stock and it has a tight slide fit, positive safety, and heavy but crisp trigger. Sights are small and really fit in tightly. Up in the Great White North, they're very common and popular and and aside from the previous post I haven't heard of any lemons or common problems. They function very well. Lot to lot they vary. The most recent ones are pretty rough inside, but many of the older ones are pretty good. I think of them as kind of the modern day equivalent of the GI pistols. Not so tightly fitted as to affect reliability but not so sloppy that accuracy is compromised. Not too pretty, more on the "Old Ugly" end of things. (They do take to cosmetic makeovers very nicely). It boils down to top quality steel in the frame and slide. Bill Wilson steel quality. If you want, but not necessary, tune and replace internals and you've got a gun that can hang with guns costing 2-3 times as much that you won't mind putting some wear and tear on.
Congrats on your find!