Hey SigForum guys, I got the scoop, and have permission from King Sigarms to tell everyone! Today at the National Association of Sporting Goods Wholesaler's 30th Annual Hunting Show in Phoenix I fondled and drooled all over the new GSR's. I think the 1911 world is about to be rocked like when Kimber burst on the scene. The pistol is truly a beauty, even though I'm not a light-rail fan. I promised not to spill too many beans, but very little is proprietary. It's a carefully selected combination of parts hand-fit to extremely careful tolerances. No assembly-line monkeys dropping in parts. The slide has a subtle "Siggy" look with nicely done lines, but definately remains 1911. The feel is high-end semi-custom, sitting in the hand very much like a Wilson CQB. Although I'm a stainless man, the black version is amazing. They haven't named the finish, but it feels smooth like a polymer, yet hard like NP3. Definately not the typical paint & bake stuff. The plunger tube is just what we've been screaming for. Recessed, yet standard height. Nothing loose on this piece! I'll check with them tomorrow to see just how much detail I can go into. The only thing I hated were the cheapie light-colored wood stocks on the stainless version. The black pistol is outfitted with tactical gritty black panels. Once I installed a set of Olive Gray AlumaGrips on the stainless, the Sig guys were sold. The AG's fit perfectly, and really look striking. Back tomorrow with an update, and I'll be able to give credit to the folks that deserve it. Many of you will know the shooter/gunsmith that headed up the project, but I want to make sure it's OK with him to put his name out.