EDIT: I also put together a Caracal C review, located here. I'm going to roll out what I hope will be a pretty comprehensive review of this pistol over the next few days/weeks/whatever. I haven't been able to hit the range yet, but because there really isn't a lot of info out there on this gun, I thought it might be worth posting my first impressions. To be completely honest, I wasn't too impressed by the aesthetics of this gun based on the handful of pictures we have all seen spread across the 'net. Still, the Caracal is Bubits' newest creation, and I was dying to see what it had in common with the Steyr M(A1). When I first saw the pistol, I thought, "Wow, this isn't nearly as bad as I expected." The subtle lines in the polymer really do sort of ooze quality. Every picture I had seen of the slide made it look dull and boring - that isn't the case at all. The Plasox finish has a slight shine and has a very slick quality about it. My only concern is that it might not hold up as well to regular carry over the long haul as Tennifer or some other finishes, but we're a long way out from being able to judge. Seriously, I think you need to see one of these guns in person to appreciate just how nice they are. I'm real curious to see the forum reaction when these start popping up at gunshows and folks are able to evaluate them in person... So on with a few pictures... The pistol comes in a plastic hard case that is pretty nice, although lacking that bomb-proof feel of the Steyr M(A1) cases. Inside, you get a pistol, three magazines (one is in the gun), a trigger lock, and user manual.