Finally made my first purchase, the SR9. After some much appreciated advice I had it and the M&P both in hand. It's obvious which one felt better to me. After reading reviews, opinions, and such, I actually had to adjust to not having a gritty trigger. Possibly due to the fact that I'm new to this and have not had a chance to get spoiled. Anyhow, I shot 9 bulls during the second fifty and I haven't shot anything in three or four years (those were rifles). The others were in very tight groups depending what I was trying differently, breathing, stance, grip and what not Most of my first 50 went slightly right, guess I was overcompensating for a trigger that was intimidating going into it. 10th and 22nd rounds FTF, but I place full responsibility on myself, not the gun, for those, seeing as how there were 0 in the last 120 or so. Great gun and absolutely no regrets.