Hi guys. After reading several reports of failures to extract, I am pleased to announce that after my first range session of 250 rounds, the M-9 was perfect. I used Remington UMC ammo, mostly firing five rounds at a time but occassionally filling up each 10 and 14 round mag to test the function with full mags. The gun did not hiccup at all. I purposely went through the 250 rounds rather quickly to see if I could get the gun hot enough to fail as I've read that sometimes happens. The accuracy was excellent, especially since this is my first polymer gun and pre-cocked trigger. The trigger takes some getting used to but it didn't hinder my accuracy. At 15 yards I was pretty much getting a ragged hole in the 10 ring. About on par with my Sig P228, which I shoot a little better, but not much. I like the low bore axis and the low felt recoil. The hump on the back of the grip bothered me at firts, but I got used to it and may add a Hogue Handall grip to see how that works. I have pretty large hands and the grip felt thin to me. I'm going to keep putting rounds through this gun to test for reliabliltiy, but at this point I wouldn't hesitate to carry it after putting some hollow points through to and make sure they work. So far I'm very pleased with this well made accurate and reasonably priced firearm.