My SA 1911 TRP is my baby. I'll admit that. But recently I've been excited about getting a high-cap pistol as well. I currently have a SA XD-9, but I never take it anywhere because I don't have any type of holster for it other than the slide it came with. I'm also not a big fan of 9mm and actually bought it for my wife so that I could teach her the fundamentals of marksmanship with a controllable, yet full-size firearm. My hope is that Springfield Armory will come out with an XDm in 10mm. I'll probably spring for it when they do but I have to admit that the idea of doing seems a lot more expensive once I roll it around in my head. With the exception of the 9mm and my S&W 686, I've always bought 1911s (not compact) and they all work with all the holsters I have. Upgrading to a completely different frame means that I'll have to get a new Shoulder Holster, Belt Holster, and IWB holster as I carry with all these types depending on the situation. I never buy cheap holsters or gun belts either, so that means that when I get the new gun it comes with an additional $600 in gear cost. It is what it is, but it does make me more hesitant to buy. Anyone else feel the same way?