I found this site last night and found some very useful knowledge in the P-3AT posts. I know I'm knew to this and I hope I'm not putting this in the wrong section, but I have a few questions that I'd like to ask. I've seen and heard about Kel-Tecs for years and I'm looking at getting a P-3AT, but I want to make sure that I have all the knowledge about the gun and know what I'm getting. I saw a few people mentioning replacing the guide springs on their guns. With an average of < 500 rounds a year (after break-in of course) what is the average parts that will need to be replaced on a routine? I'm use to removing the slide, cleaning the barrel, spring/guide rod while cleaning most of my guns, how far do you need to break these guns down and clean them and at what frequency? I know a gun is as reliable as the care you put into it, and I just want to make sure that I'm making the right decision and taking care of the firearm. I found it very interesting about all the little things that can be done to make this a better firearm. It was also interesting to me about how much cleaning and care that needs to be given after trips to the range. These answered a lot of my questions about how a gun this reliable be so cost efficient. I hope I'm no asking too basic/elementary questions, but I just wanted to get your insights. All and any info is welcome.