Forgive me if this has been posted before. From Vol 66, Issue 14, pg. 32 of Shotgun News, under the article "Pistols of the 2012 IWA Show": "Steyr is Back. The Steyr Model M has been revamped and the result is a slightly larger pistol. It is called the Steyr Model L-A1 Full Size Service Pistol and it comes with a longer barrel and a 17-round magazine capacity in 9x19mm. This pistol will also be available in .40 S&W and 357SIG as well. I was given a brief demonstration of the pistol by the man responsible for the redesign (Heresy! - IC) Friedrich Aigner, and the bottom line is they have built a pistol that is approximately the same size as the Glock 17, but with a 1mm longer barrel and slide. As for the internal trigger safety that operates with its own key on the right side of the polymer frame, they have a new option where the button that operates this lock can be replaced with one that operates off a common handcuff key for police officers. This new gun felt very balanced, if slightly muzzle-heavy, but the sights on the model I handled were more traditional and not the Steyr diamond trapezoid seen previously." Well, it ain't a 10mm or a .45, but boy howdy do I ever want a 357. In y'alls opinion, is it too early to start driving Jeff and company crazy about bringing these over? And what is a "Glock 17 + 1mm" barrel anyway - 4.5 inches?