I had a few minutes this evening; so, I ran down to the indoor range (air conditioned) and bought a box of Atlanta Arms .40SW as I didn't have range ammo on hand. I set up a silhouette target and started running some controlled pairs and failure drills at seven yards. I had zero malfunctions. It shoots where it is aimed. I couldn't run it quite as fast as I wanted to. The trigger is just enough off from my S&W TDAs that I had to be a bit more deliberate on the DA trigger. The follow up shots where slower as well as the pistol is new to me and the recoil impulse will take some getting used to. While this is a VERY nice pistol, and the trade was a good one, I may let it go. Before the trade came my way, I had decided to standardize my stuff, and perhaps I will trade it into a Glock or S&W. Since the night had a Sig theme going, I rented a P220 at the range and ran a box through it. It shot pretty nice, but it was hitting high at 15 yards. Failure drills were pretty easy with it, but I had the same issues with the DA trigger and the different recoil impulse. Overall, I liked the Sigs, but I had always stayed away from them as the controls were different enough from my S&Ws (and my P95 for that matter) that I was worried about getting fumble fingered trying to swap between them. While I like the clean slide of the Sig and the Sig decock lever that blasted slide stop drives me nuts.