Sights: I have been in the market for a set of new sights for my Nighthawk Enforcer... The factory sights were Heinie Slantpro Straight Eight Night Sights (Novak cut). I was fine with the sight picture of the straight eight tritium dots, but the rear sight opening was only 0.125" wide, and the front sight had lost the white ring. I was searching for something that had a 0.140" or 0.156" rear sight notch, and had easy to see colored or white outlines around the tritium dot of at least the front sight. I also wanted a ledge profile for cosmetic reasons, and the snowball chance in hell that I would need to manipulate the slide with one hand someday. I considered the Heinie Ledge offering... they are available in straight eight or 3 dot configuration, and with the wider rear notch. They do not have a white outline however, and I did want this. I also considered a 10-8 rear, and perhaps an XS front... I was intrigued by the Trijicon HD night sight offering. I found NO information online about these... They are for sale on MidwayUSA, but not even listed on the Trijicon website. I took a chance and ordered a set. The sights are all steel, with a blued/black finish. The rear sight face is serrated, and has 2 tritium dots recessed into the rear sight, with NO outline. The rear sight has a U notch. Front sight has a large tritium dot surrounded by a yellow ring, and the whole dot profile is sealed with some kind of chemical. The sight picture is VERY fast to acquire and easy to use. I really like it. Regarding the sight dimensions, this is particularly something that has no information available online. The rear sight is 0.355" high. Rear U notch is 0.156" wide. Front sight is 0.215" high, and 0.145" wide. My stock sights were 0.325" and 0.190" high respectively. I am hopeful that these will maintain a relative POA/POI. I may have to move from a 6 o'clock hold to a center hold-over. We'll see. Lasergrips: I have been excited about these ever since they were announced, and decided to give them a try. At $297 at Buds, they were $100 cheaper than retail. I am a big fan of the gray/black color scheme on the G10, and it looks great on a black weapon. The grip texture is moderately aggressive, but not over the top. Grips are a little wider than normal, but overall the whole package feels great in my hand. The laser works great and is very instinctive. Overall, I really think this is a great package for home defense (which is the main use of this weapon). Enough talk - here are some pictures.