I've never had issues with any commander 1911, they are equal in reliability to government models. It's when you start going smaller than commander size that you start seeing issues, hence I only own the government and commander sized 1911's nothing smaller.
Since I quit buying gun show reload ammo, I have never had another issue with any 45 ACP or 9 mm. I buy what ever the store has, load it in any gun and it goes bang. You must remember one round a year is not considered an issue, it's called the human factor.
Thanks guys. When I get a recurve sold I will likely be in the market for a commander size 1911. Will probably trade in my LCR. Thinking about the Ruger LW commander, a SA Range Officer compact, or a Range Officer champion.
Your mileage may vary, but in my experience a 4.25" tends to be less fussy than a 4.0". Both a Springfield Champion and Kimber Pro Carry I had were reliable with certain mags but not others. With one exception every Colt Commander I owned didn't care what mags I used. That one exception was a factory lemon that wouldn't even feed ball reliably as it had an over-cut feed ramp.