Reading this thread almost makes me want to keep my Glock. The power of forums and suggestion I guess. For a few years now, I've really tried to like the Glock, but for me it's just too square and blocky for comfortable carry. I guess I'm not just tactical enough, but I like my old S&W J frame better. I find a 14 ounce aluminum revolver carried better in the Texas hot climate in shorts and T-shirt weather. I'm not a cop, nor am I any kind of operator so a small 5 short .38 fits my life style better. Reloading the magazines on the range is a , and I like the simplicity of the revolver. As a senior citizen with some arthritis issues, the revolver is just an easier gun to deal with. My better half sold her Glock last year and stayed with her revolvers. I'll be doing the same. This one just carried better for me and shooters good enough for the close range I'd be defending myself at. And I don't have to worry about what kind of bullet will feed in it. Maybe it's true that you can't teach an old dog new tricks. I tried the modern tool, and I find the Glock accurate, reliable, but I just don't love it like my old revolvers.