Sometimes I wonder if angels still pee on peoples' guns ("All your preparations are for naught...") or if guns really DO have a personality. It seems like some guns just take a dislike to me, the gods are angered, or it has been a urinal for divine beings. Mr. Steyr has been completely reliable since I bought it in '04., and I have shot it enough that I don't worry about malfs. Re: Glock - An instructor insisted that I use the safety on my S9 because it's there. Since I can't push up with my trigger finger I had to use a loaned equivalent Glock (go figure). I could not get through a magazine without a stoppage. In a class this is great for malfunction drills; in a gunfight, not so much. I was not limp wristing it, and nobody could figure out why it wasn't working for me when it worked for its owner. Re: Sig - A friend and I went to the range. I took Mr. Steyr and she took her Sig 226. The Sig worked flawlessly for her, but for me it wouldn't make it all the way thru a mag without a stoppage or 2. Neither Glock nor Sig sucks. Everybody who I know who has either likes it, but those 2 sure didn't work for me. Mr. Steyr just keeps chugging along. I wish Steyr would make their guns in 10mm and .45. Wouldn't a M10 be sweet?