Gentlemen, After putting in research, going over reviews, and finally taking one for a test drive, I finally picked up a Glock 20 SF 10mm. You either love it or you hate it, but if you're the first one, I would appreciate some feedback. The reason for this purchase was to have a powerful, high capacity auto that I could have on me for protection against large animals while fishing, camping, hiking, or as a backup for hunting. I'll rule out coastal griz's in the AK because, let's face it, if I'm in the bush out there, I've got my 870 and a buddy that's slower than me. When I bought the pistol, I had every intention of keeping it stock, but as I read more about it, it seems very popular to put an extended barrel on these things to get some more punch and accuracy out of them. I'm all for it, but I've read mixed reviews on which barrel to put in it. The Lone Wolf seems pretty popular, but I was reading a post today that had mixed reviews about them. The max length I could go would be 5.5" because I plan on carrying the G20 in a Raven Concealmet Phantom Light Compatible Holster (with a Surefire X300, which is the same setup I have for my G23 and is the best holster that I have found for my needs), but they only offer a 1" barrel extension giving me a total length of 5.6" to work with. That's fine, but I want to make sure I get the best quality barrel. Plus, if I get an extended barrel, do I need a new recoil spring? Also, I would like input as to the best and most powerful 10mm loads to put in the G20. Any additional feedback on holsters, grips, lights, etc. (good or bad) would be greatly appreciated. Thanks guys, and I look forward to hearing from you.