Just curious. How many of you would like it if a manufacturer put a firearm through the proper break in, rather than two test fires, before shipping? I am kind of torn. It would be nice to know that the thing is ready to go right out of the box, rather than finding a problem that it needs to be sent back for, or having to go through all the failure to feeds that some new guns have before they are properrly broken in. I know that my Kahr PM40 definately needed the break in before it was reliable, and I have read a number of posts on new 1911's needing it as well. I realize the cost would go up, but would it be worth it to you to have the peace of mind that your firearm is truly good to go?