I technically shouldn't post this in the range report section, yet. I've just finished Mrs. Gunbunny's St Valentine's day gift (belated due to shipping) and am really impressed with the results. The reason I decided to try this particular build was due to the fact that she doesn't like Glocks because of the grip. To fix this, I decided to base my build on a Glock 23. I call it the the Glockenstein, and it is pictured as the bottom pistol, resting on the wife's yoga mat. I started off getting a Gen III Glock 23 (frame only) off of gunbroker. There are plenty of them to choose from. I received (my local FFL did, actually) a Glock 19 frame, but luckily I had a couple of 40-357 trigger housings laying around, and quickly swapped it out. The frame was unused, it looked like it was only test fired. I don't know how or why these empty frames are available, but they make great starters for builds. Next, to make it easier for her to keep ahold of it, I put an enlarged magwell on it. For me, it indexes my fingers far better than the finger grooves do, and lets me get a nice, firm grip on it. The wife seemed indifferent, but I soldiered on. I changed the trigger spring to a 6 pound unit and replaced the connector with a 3.5 pound connector. I'd like to say the trigger is nicer, but it is a Glock trigger- all I can do is describe it as lighter. I swapped the stock Magazine release for an extended one, but forgot (will be fixed shortly) to get an extended slide release. The slide came from my used Glock 22. An adapter plate from Lone Wolf Dist. allows the conversion to take place seamlessly. It cost $54 bucks all by itself, but is worth every penny. A Glock 23 recoil spring is used, not the Glock 22. With a custom slide cover plate and an extended Glock 32 barrel, the build was complete. It feels great in my hand, and now want one for myself, instead of my Frankenglock based on a Gen II Glock 22 frame with a Glock 24 conversion barrel to .357 Sig and Glock 35 slide. I'm prepping .357 Sig cases as I write this, so hopefully I can get a range report on the wife's pistol (my pistol is still waiting on parts to finish, and still deciding on whether or not to keep the pistol scope) by the weekend.