I would like to see modern hicap pistols like the S&W M&P, Springfield Armory, Glock, etc chamber their .45 acp sized models in .38 Super or 9x23 calibers. I know the .357 Sig is out there for smaller frame pistols but I believe that .38 Super and 9x23 give more magazine capacity. I just think that if you are going to make a .45 acp sized frame you might as well offer other calibers like the 10mm. Smith and Wesson could even revive the .356 TSW round in their M&P line. I loved my Coonan .357 Magnum's power and lack of recoil but it only held 8 rounds, magazines were very spendy, and it had no rail system for a tac light.