So I have always been teased about the fact that as soon as I get something I have always wanted I start thinking about what I want next. Until now I have always been able to go through my pistols and find the one that I was willing to part with to help me afford the next gun. There are a few things out there that I would really like to get, so I went through my handguns tonight to see which one could be replaced by something better. I came to the realization that I have finally gotten to the point that I can't let any of them go. I have medium to small hands and the following guns just seem to fit better than anything else that I have tried. Browning Challenger II - perfect fit, weight, and cool factor (think it's the last steel framed .22 they made). Sucks as far as parts and accessories, but shoots like a dream. Kel-Tec P3AT - accurate, reliable, and totally comfortable to carry concealed. Springfield XDm9 - Home defence, and range shooting. Comfortable, ultra-reliable, high capacity, accurate, and easy to maintain. HK 45 - Without a doubt the most comfortable fit to my hand that I have come across in a .45acp. Sooo accurate, recoil is comparable to many 9mm's, haven't had it long, but no failures with any kind of ammo yet. My hunting back-up. So now it looks like I am just going to have to start saving up for some of those cool guns I want, because there is just no way I can part with any of these. Strangely frustrating, and satisfying at the same time.