My custom ordered GI No Name arrived today. The custom mods I requested are fairly standard: flush cut barrel with reverse crown, flush cut slide stop and chamfer frame, blacked out U notch rear sight and FO front, short trigger, functional blended magwell, and black shredder grips with black screws. I know that many of you already have guns from GI. So, I won't go into a lot of detail about the gun. I will only mention a few interesting details that I don't think have been documented on this forum, and were not obvious to me. Previous No Name examples I've seen did not come with round butt magwells. Mine did. I like round butts. I cannot lie. So, this was a pleasant surprise for me. I requested a functional blend on the magwell instead of a full blend. I did this because I'm a cheap *******, and a full blend is quite a bit more money. For those who may be wondering, this is what a "functional blend" looks like. As you can see, the frame is beveled around the magwell opening, as it normally would. Then a once one piece magwell is dropped in. It's not pretty, but it is functional and they charged a fair price for this mod. I really can't complain. If you take a second look at the two photos above, take note of the grip panels. These are the GI Shredder Grips. I didn't realize this, but these grips have a non standard cross section. They are shaped like an airfoil, with maximum thickness near the back (closer to the MSH). I don't hate them. I'll need some trigger time before I'll know if I love them. This is the GI short trigger. Nothing unusual here. If you take a look at the above photo, and focus on the mag release, you will see an ominous seam. This looks like mold line to me. I'm guessing that this part is cast. From a practical standpoint, the mag release could be made of plastic and still hold up fine. On the other hand, this isn't a RIA. I wasn't sure what to think about the GI 15 LPI checkering when I placed my order. But, I'm pleased to see that it's not nearly as sharp as I thought it might be. The points are slightly rounded and form a fat enough angle that the "spikes" are not at all uncomfortable to grip. That's about it for now. This weekend I'll be busy at an Appleseed shoot. But hopefully I'll be able to get some trigger time with this gun later next week. EDIT: Grammar and spelling.