I can't say I have visited, or know anyone who has, so I can't say for sure.
The 1911's were moved to the CNC line when they came back into favor. While they have their haters, at $575 or so, its a great price for an all steel 1911.
Their revolvers have been love or hate. I know their polymer line is definitely not in the top 10 of most folks.
I've handled several PT1911's all of which have been good buys for the price. I liked what I saw enough that I bought a used one, rebuilt it for a friend who carries it everyday and has never had a problem in close to a year of constant shooting and carrying.
While there are a variety of ranges in the 1911 pool, the Taurus has some great features for a shallow end price.
Don't know if that helps, but I am up for a trip to the production house if you are.