I have had this pile of parts for quite a while. I thought I was going to build it myself. I never did. I fussed with it on and off over the years but have finally decided to send it to a professional and get it done. It's been floating around too long. I have: Foster frame with integral plunger cut for Commander Commander slide in 45 A bunch of small parts that may or may not change as the build moves forward First up, the slide is for sale (it's in the classifieds) as I have decided to switch to 9mm for a variety of reasons. I have a slide on order with Caspian and it will be sent to the 'smith directly when it's ready. It is configured almost exactly like the one pictured except it will be a round top, not a flat top. My plan for the 'smith: Fit the frame and slide. If there is a touch of looseness I'm ok with it as I did the initial fit on the original frame/slide and am ok with some "rattle" as in my mind it will aid in reliability. Fit a ramped bull barrel. The frame will need to be cut for a ramped barrel and I am waiting to hear from the 'smith to see if he does the work or if I should look to send it to someone else. I have someone in mind but we'll see what he says. Additionally the barrel is to be flush cut and crowned. I know that the crown does not contribute to accuracy but it looks so good. Square trigger. Novak sights, probably fiber optic front and a U-notch rear but that is completely subject to change. Stan Chen Genii magwell. 15lpi checkering on the front strap and mainspring housing. Undercut trigger guard. Concealed carry grip safety. If he can use the one included, great. If not, so be it. King's Commander hammer. It's just cool. Some may be wondering what 'smith I am going to use. Well... this should be the give away... Flames engraved on the muzzle. Polished flames/bead blasted slide. Sniper grey (or another grey) frame. David Clevinger will be 'smithing it. Comments, criticisms, question, and so forth are most welcome. I don't take it personally. It's the internet.