All you fluff and buffers out there singing the praises all this time. I just refused to jump on the wagon. But after over 450 downrange I realized that I have had 4 failure to eject (mind you I shot 420+ of those rounds one hand only including 10% or so left handed. One hand hold just feels right, what can I say?) and decided that 99% was not good enough. : So I finally caved and did it, and boy am I glad. It is actually easier to rack the slide and chamber a round now. Have yet to shoot it, but I am sure a slicker action can only mean a better percentage. Part of the reason I didn't do it earlier to be honest was that I wanted to prove that a crappy base black and blued model out of the box was reliable. Well, I feel like I did that. 99.1% reliable out of the box for ANY pocket auto is pretty phenomenal if you ask me. Now my goal is to get it up to the 99.5% or better range. Why? I dunno, just because!