I was out on the range the other day to test my Steyr back from SAI (again!). Good news was, no double shots. I had an XD Sub-Compact out for a shoot out side by side. Here is what I learned from my outing. 1) Steyr M9-1A doesn't like the short rounds, even if they are expensive and high quality ones. Some 9mm rounds are just a few millimeters shorter than others and it seems that the extractor (even with the SAI fix) doesn't extend far enough to yank those suckers out reliably. This makes sense for all the ammo I fired from this gun. 2) The low axis of bore gets affected more by muscle motions than guns that have a higher center of mass, aka high slide, barrell, etc. This is simple physics and surely accounts for my fliers to the left. 3) While the tri-trap sights allow for faster target acquisition, I don't think they are as accurate as decent three point sights. I saw a few articles explaining what makes sights accurate and it makes sense that for the barrel to line up perfectly with the tri-traps there has to be equal amount of space between the triangle and the sides of the rear sights. This is harder to achieve than three point post sights that leave no space in the sight picture between the front and the rear posts. 4) You don't want a 3 inch barrel gun to be your house gun. There was considerably more muzzle flash from ammo with slower burning powder (in this case CCI Blazer Brass). The combination of the short muzzle and this ammo would surely blind the shooter in the dark.