Well, My HK45 and XDm9 have been shipped to Bill Springfield at "Trigger Work" to make me love them even more than I already do. XDm9 is getting the Powder River Precision Ultimate Match trigger kit installed and a couple other accurizing tricks. The HK is getting the works. Trigger job, accurizing, set screw for overtravel. Basically everything he offers, except the LEM conversion. I will be very curious to see how much difference it makes. The XDm I could put 10 out of 10 in the 10pt hole on the body targets pretty regularly at 50 feet. The variance was always within 3 inches side to side, but a good 6 or more up/down. Some of that was from switching between the HK and the XD. The XD has six O'clock sites and the HK is on the dot / center mass / whatever you want to call it, but you cover what you want to hit with the front site. So excited. Problem is that I am having my Browning buckmark hunter worked on in the same way locally leaving me with nothing but a Kel tec p3at to shoot at the range, and trust me that isn't fun.