I have a dilemma and I'd appreciate any opinions. I live in California and had previously ordered a Super Grade. It is now done!!!! But as noted previously Wilson Combat was originally told that the CQB they submitted would cover all their carbon steel, carbon slide, 5" barreled pistols, including their Super Grade. They have now been told by the state that it only "includes" those guns with those charachteristics and "stamped/engraved" with CQB as the model on the slide. Wilson said it may appeal (unlikely to be successful), may submit additional pistols and await approval (unlikely from Wilson due to cost, $30,000 for the CQBs so far), or they can have my Super Grade "engraved" with CQB instead of the Super Grade logo. They would then provide me an official letter describing my piece and its historical designation. Would anyone consider this last option, or should I try and get my deposit back and wait, and wait and, wait. With the cost, the wait, and the eternity for approval, I could probably get on Mr. Heinies waiting list and still probably come out ahead.