After not owning a Kel Tec for a few years, I picked up a PF9 this past Saturday. I headed to the gun club Sunday to start my 200 round break-in process, and was expecting a few hickups based on my previous experience with Kel Tecs. However after 100 rounds the little pistol exceeded my expectations and ran perfect. I threw in a few hollow point defense rounds mixed in the magazine, and it never missed a beat. I was planning a fluff and buff, but I'm not going to touch it, just keep cycling rounds through it. I think the key to being successful with any Kel Tec is a firm wrist and many of the complaints come from folks that are not familiar with these pistols.