I'd like to hear some feedback from those who know... I have a .40s&w in 4" Taurus 24/7 Pro (great gun! =D> ) and a 3 1/4" Millenium Pro in .40s&w (very snappy) and a couple of 1911's .45 acp. I have never fired a .45 acp in a polymer gun. How does the recoil (perceived or otherwise) of the .45 acp in polymer compare to the .40s&w in polymer? Does the lower pressure of the .45 acp result in a similar recoil to the .40s&w? Or is it "heavier bullet, bigger recoil"? I much prefer shooting the 1911 - I like the fit and weight of the 1911 design, but I'm thinking about going polymer .45 acp for certain carry situations. Thanks for helping.