It seems like everyone these days wants the biggest magazine they can possibly stick on their rifle. Am I the only guy who actually likes smaller, more compact mags? I've got a half-dozen 30 round magazines for my AR, but the one that gets the most use is a beat up old milsurp 20-round magazine that was probably kicked around Da Nang in the '60s. I just like that it's a bit lighter and way more compact, and it's a lot easier to shoot from prone or supported positions. When I got my AR-10, it came standard with 20-round magazines that are about the right size. I got a 25-round extended mag as a gift, and while I like the idea, it's just sitting on the shelf gathering dust because it would just get in the way of prone shooting, and I can't afford how much ammo I would burn through if I loaded any of my mags to capacity on range trips! I'm considering getting the smaller 10-round magazines just to lighten the load a bit and make the gun even easier to shoot prone. I actually did buy a 10-round magazine for my AR-15 when it was on sale, just for shooting from the bench. What about you guys? Anyone else want to throw the extended 45-round AR mags in the garbage?