Ok guys. I'd like to get into the centerfire handgun world. At the top of my list is both a 1911 and a nice revolver, but I want the revolver first, so I've been wondering whether an S&W 625 in 45acp would be a good first gun in that I won't add another caliber when I buy a 1911. Does anyone have any experience with the S&W 625 in 45acp? Likes/dislikes? I also like the ruger redhawk in 45LC, which would be cheaper, but then I lose the convenience of having a 45acp revolver whose ammo will be interchangeable with the 1911. But is 45acp or 45lc usually cheaper? Maybe the one-caliber convenience might not matter if both the ruger and its ammo is cheaper? Also the redhawk in 45LC leaves the door open for future single action sixgun purchases. So many options! Just looking for people's opinions and suggestions I guess. Oh, and I'm leaning toward .45 for home defense and because that boom is just so much fun. The guns will see a fair amount of range time, but i always supplement with my rimfire guns to keep ammo costs down, so I'm pretty set on 45. Thanks for listening to my problems.