I got my M9 Unforunately, I conned the wife into calling it a Christmas present to justify the purchase and aside from a breif trip to test fire it, she is making me stick to the deal and not play with it until after Christmas. It's just mean :cry: Anyway, here's the report. I had hoped to put more rounds through it and drag out the chrony and everything, but that will have to wait until after Christmas. I put 120 rounds through it. 50 CCI Blazer Brass, 50 UMC, 20 WWB, all cycled through fine. For a gun that I was unfamilliar with, groups were tight. At 10 yards, rapid fire groups of 10 rounds were around 3 inches and when I took my time I was placing 5 round groups at about 1.5 inches with some holes touching. I can't do that with my P11, even after much practice. The felt recoil is very low and the action was the smoothest I've ever felt (more on this later). There was a guy I shoot with on Tuesday nights who came in and tried it out. He is an instructor and a Glock armorer and even he quietly admitted that the action was as nice as any he's felt on a stock gun. I did have 3 FTFs. This was disapointing, but the gun fired so nicely that I still enjoyed it thoroughly. In each case the trigger failed to reset. The gun cycled normally, extracted and reloaded fully, but when the trigger was depressed there was no action, not a "light strike", but zero strike. Each time I simply moved the slide just enough to reset the trigger and it worked fine. All 3 failures were within the first 70 rounds. After returning home I disassembled the gun for cleaning and found that it was completely dry. There was not a drop of lubrication anywhere in the firearm. After cleaning and lubing the action felt even better than before and I suspect this will alleviate any issues. The M-9 will not replace my P11 for carry (yet), as the P11 is exactly 1/2 the wieght in the same caliber, smaller and 100% reliable, but the Steyr is a far better made gun and is a lot easier and more fun to shoot. Perhaps after it's proven itself with a few thousand rounds without failure it will become my carry piece, at least in cooler weather when concealment is less of an issue. It is definitely my new favorite for range use. PS- The 5th round fired hit me square in the forhead. This was the one and only time it happened.