I'm impressed Very Happy Took the M&P 9mm out for it's first day at the range. I brought an ammo can of about 1400 reloads and 2 boxes of Gold Dots. Set up my silhouette targets on the line and loaded up. I shot about 153 rounds of reloads without a single malfunction. Then I loaded a magazine with 17 rounds of 124 grain +P Gold Dots and fired them off without any malfunctions. Next I loaded the magazines alternating Gold Dots and reloads, same story. This is getting boring. Accuracy was impressive, I was putting all the rounds in under 2" at 15 yds. at 25 yds 3" groups were the norm. The gun hit almost exactly at point of aim. I can only imagine what she'll be like after I have the trigger worked on. Now I just have to wait for the department to have an open qualification so I can carry it on and off duty..........Oh yeah, I'll have to get a Safariland holster for it. Total round count for the day was about 300 or so. This is in no way a reflection on the Steyr M40A1, The Steyr beats the M&P hands down for handling and accuracy. Not to mention the trigger on the Steyr is far superior. The M&P is a decent second handgun with a similar manual of arms. It also has the edge in the ability to get duty holsters for it.