Mostly negative, I'm afraid. Took my Kimber Custom One to the range today, shot 50 rounds and then coughed up $5 plus $12.50 for ammo (Lake City) on my range's rental G.I. The gun shot high and had way too much creep. More, the slide several times got stuck half way on the last round (my former mil spec did the same thing, though it shot to point of aim and had a crisper trigger). The $18.50 for the experience was well worth it because I had seriously considered getting a G.I. The gun's bare, elegant aesthetic pleases me; its performance does not. My Kimber, as usual, performed flawlessly. More than ever, I regret selling my Springfield stainless mil spec. It's sights and trigger were inferior to my Kimbers's, yet my accuracy with it was nearly as good.