My CQB is easily the most expensive handgun I have ever bought. You can get a Kimber or Springfield with the same specs on paper for less than half the price, but it's not in the same class as the CQB. I have a Springfield TRP, and it's a very good gun. Accurate, good trigger, good fit, good this and good that. If good is all you want, then get a TRP, you'll have a good gun.
The Wilson Combat CQB is light years beyond any Springfield Armory, Colt, Kimber, S&W, or whoever is your pet company. Flawless in fit, finish, and function. Some will claim that a custom gun won't run well. That you won't be able to shoot most ammo's without it jamming. Not true. My CQB is no harder to please than the TRP or my old Colt military 1911 (1918 manufacture).
Do yourself a favor, clean out the gun safe, get rid of some of the stuff you have bought just because the price was right. Get yourself at least one gun that is world class. Don't always settle for "good" because it is cheaper.