I just received a new SIG P250 compact for x-mas. I was pretty eager to get this gun but, now that I have it, I find myself having some minor reservations about it. I am considering not even shooting it. My biggest issue with the gun is how it just does not feel like a SIG product. Maybe it is because I am just used to the all steel SIG pistols, but this one just seems a bit "flimsy" in comparison. It feels more like a Glock than it does a SIG. That would be fine if I had bought a Glock (I like Glocks) but I bought a SIG. The frame material just feels a bit cheap. The texture is boring and flat...and the same simple lines that make me like the all steel SIG pistols do not seem to translate as well into plastic. When I hold it next to my Springfield XD-40SC the XD just seems higher end. A Springer should never feel more substantial than a SIG in my opinion. Maybe I am making a big deal out of nothing and maybe it will grow on me in time...but, for now, I am not entirely thrilled. Maybe shooting it would take away any doubts or make me sure I do not want to keep it. I doubt 50 rounds or so down the barrel would hurt it's used resale value very much.