Most people don't know this...but Baer guns are built totally different than anyone elses guns and they're is a reason they command a higher price - the way they build them is considerable more expensive and harder on tooling than the conventional route everyone else takes. But these guns are true in their structure and that is the reason the can be so reliable yet tight. As you probably know a tight 1911 is going to shoot more accurately.
Sorry to disagree on a couple of points here.
First please let us know just how and why Baer's 1911's are different to anyone else's ... having owned more than one I agree they're good semi-custom guns and they sure are tight, but different?
Second, a tight slide to frame fit has very little to do with accuracy - it's much more barrel to slide (bushing if used) fit.
Just as a matter of interest I did sell my Baers but kept my Springfield TGO-1. For me (and it IS just my opnion) it's a much better finished pistol than the 'average' Baer (mine were blued and the finish was pretty thin and soft), I don't need hands like a vice to rack the slide and it's a full custom gun ... as in all handfitted.
To be fair to JoeBob the OP - congratulations on your purchase. I know a lot of shooters who are very happy and well satisfied with their DW's. There is a diference between a DW and a Baer - but of course when comparing price for price there ought to be. I doubt you'll be unhappy with your DW and can always spend a bit of your saved money on ammunition and practice and maybe still have some cash left over to do a few 'good' upgrades should you feel the urge or the need to tinker.
One 1911 is never enough ... or two ... or three
Best to everyone, BBet.