This past Saturday, after 30 years of handgun ownership, I finally bought my first Glock. A G20 SF gen 3. All I can say is, WOW!!! I bought it at a place that has an indoor range so I was able to shoot it right away. I put 100 rounds through it on Saturday and was just blown away by how good it shoots even compared to my M&P 40 which up to now was my EDC gun. A few days ago I took both of them and had Truglo TFO sights installed on them so, of course, I had to go to the range today and try them out. I put 100 rounds through the M&P first. It was its usual sweet shooting self and I was a little more accurate than usual with the new sights. Then I put it away and pulled out the Glock and man, oh man! It made my M&P 40 seem like a pea shooter. Equally as accurate if not more so. Very comfortable in my somewhat huge hands in spite of the extra recoil. Granted I was shooting PMC target ammo and not full power loads but I don't have any doubt the recoil will be plenty manageable once I get a hold of some of the hot stuff. This is also my first experience with 10mm and I just can't for the life of me understand why the 10mm round is not more popular. It doesn't kick any more than a 357 magnum (actually less than a short barreled 357) and it doesn't kick nearly as hard as a .44 mag. Yes, it's a fairly large gun for a semi-auto but not really any bigger than a full framed .45. I bought a custom made Stoner OWB holster for it and I hardly even notice I'm carrying it. I have also carried it in the Comp-tac IWB holster that goes with my M&P 40. It's a little snug but it does fit and even with my shirt tucked in it isn't too bad to carry all day. The trick to carrying a big gun is to get a good holster for it. Oh well, now I'm rambling but I just can't quit gushing about how much I love my new Glock 20. Can't understand why everybody doesn't buy one.