I am looking for a good 9mm pistol for target shooting only. A little about my experience: I've been shooting handguns for one and a half year on a weekly basis in a target shooting club, and I think I'm relatively good at it. I've mainly been shooting .22 caliber High Standard pistols, but occasionally I'm shooting Sig P210 "Neuhausen" 9mm. I have tried Sig Sauer P220 9mm and SW 686 revolver with .38 special and .357 magnum cartridges. I shoot with one hand only. I practice at home with a .177 caliber Weihrauch HW40 air pistol. I recently bought an old .22 caliber Walther GSP, the first "real" gun I own, and I'm very happy with it. I think the P210 is a difficult gun mainly due to it's hard millitary style trigger (I do not like hard millitary style triggers). Based on my experience and what I've seen in the club, I think my first 9mm should fulfill the following requirements: - Single action trigger with user adjustable weight. - Adjustable rear sight. - Multiple grip plates available. - Good for 25 yard precision and terrain shooting. - Very, very reliable. - Very accurate. - Very good craftmanship and finish. - Feels good when fired. - Should fit a relatively large hand. - Good for shooting with one hand. - Not a "hammer biter" like the P210. - Well known to most gun smiths. - Can keep me satisfied in 10 years from now, when I'm hopefully an experienced and skilled 9mm shooter. - A 9mm equivalent to a Lexus I've heard that cheap 9mm's usually suck, and that I should avoid them, so I'm willing to pay a good deal of money for a good one. My own reseach has ended at Sig Sauer P226 X-Five Classic which seems to fulfill my above requirements - and tells you something about how much money I'm willing to spend. What do you think about the X-Five relative to my requirements? Any other suggestions?