Well boys and girls, I finally got an opportunity to run 100 rounds through my new .45JHP. All-in-all, I'm not very impressed. Before anyone nails me to the wall, let me acknowledge that I have no regrets purchasing the gun. For $160USD OTD, it packs a great deal of value in it's beefy package. It's the packaging that I'm not so happy with. By packaging I mean the physical shape and configuration. This gun is flat-out heavy. Switching from the HP to my S&W MP9 was like jumping out of a bulldozer and into a Corvette. Sure the Corvette is lighter and handles much better, but if it's blowing holes into solid objects you're after, give me the bulldozer anytime. Besides the weight, the hard plastic grips are uncomfortable (to me at least) and the Phillips screw heads sticking up above the grips does nothing to help with the ergonomic. Also the flat surface at the top of the backstrap and under the tail end of the slide smacks my hand unless I 'choak-up' on the grip a bit. At 25', the gun shoots fairly straight. I've got to tweak the windage a bit, and I had 3 or 4 FTF due to the WWB rounds 'nosing-up' and not making it into the chamber. This is what concerns me the most as I bought this gun for home protection. Hopefully I'll grow into loving this gun, but for now I can take it or leave it.