Picked up my newest 1911 a couple days ago and got to ring it out this morning. All in all I'm totally satisfied, even a little impressed. One thing you'll notice in the pictures is that Sig has started cutting the slide to more closely resemble a traditional 1911 in front of the dust cover. That was always a sticking point with me and I probably wouldn't have been able to bring myself to buy it if still had that awkward angled cut like the older ones. The gun feels great in my hand. The combination of the G10 Hogues with the G10 MSH/magwell that matches the grips and the front strap checkering gives a great purchase on he gun. It did not slide around in my hand at all like others do, especially when you start to sweat. The contours of the grip are just right. I had a Springer Loaded that always just felt wrong and uncomfortable in my hands. The Scorpion is comfortable to shoot with a thumbs forward grip. The fit and finish is what you'd expect from a < $1k pistol. You can see the rails are not perfectly flush with the slide in the back, just like my old Combat Elite. There is a very small amount of side-to-side play in the slide to frame fit. The bushing fit is the tightest I've ever had (Colt and SA) but still removable with bare hands. The lock-up is nothing special, the slide goes back easy and feels like it's on ball bearings. Very nice. The contour of the top of the slide and the rail add some weight up front which I like. The 2 supplied magazines shoot out when the release is pressed and are kind of a bitch to load but they will loosen up. Didn't get to evaluate the night sights yet because it was bright sun but they are good Novak style sights that I had no trouble acquiring a sight picture with. It has a GI style guide rod set-up, but the guide rod is two piece and did come unscrewed some. I'll be adding some Locktite to that. And the spring seems a little on the weak side for me. Not sure what it came with but I am used to a tighter spring. I shot 100 rounds of Magtech 230 gr FMJ about 50 rounds of hand-loaded 200 gr plated hollow points and about 50 rounds of hand-loaded 230 gr plated round nose. I did have one malfunction, and it is not one that I've ever seen before... the last round in a Wilson 47D, instead of chambering, ended up in a stovepipe type position, case-head up, bullet down, sticking out of the ejection port. Having a hard time wrapping my head around how that can even happen, but something to keep an eye on. Other than that it was all good. I plan on picking up some Wilson ETM's for this gun. Spent cases all landed about 4 feet away at 3:30-4:00. The accuracy was good. I'm not a competition shooter and don't consider myself qualified to evaluate accuracy other than in my mediocre hands at 15 yards it performed as good as any other 1911 I've shot. So all in all a good gun for a fair price in my estimation. I'm glad to have it in the collection.