I stopped by the range today to check out the new XDm and I couldn't resist. It felt wonderful in my hand, and I could barely tell the difference between my XDm9 and the 45. I took it apart at the counter to check out the slide and see how much lube it had. After looking it over for a couple minutes I was satisfied that it was okay to shoot. So I picked up a box of pmc target ammo and went straight to the line. I normally only load 5 shots into a mag at the range to keep from wasting ammo and not taking my time, but today I filled them to the top. It had great balance in my hand fully loaded and not much heavier than the 9 fully loaded. Then I just shot... and man does this gun shoot well. It had a crisp trigger with a pretty decent reset, and it ran very smooth, and with less percieved recoil than my sig p220. I shot the first 2 mags at 7 yards, and the last 2(last mag only had 11) at 10 yards. I came away very pleased with the performance of the gun, no failures what-so-ever. When I got home I had a great idea, the cases were the same and the insides as well. Sooooo, I decided to swap out the guts and bammmm, now 1 case holds both pistols, kinda sweet.