Went into Cabelas last Sunday and what do you know they had a few in stock! It was the first LCP I have seen in person and I was very impressed. It is definatly a direct copy of the Kel-Tec p3at, but ruger really cleaned-up the design. The fit and finish of the gun was much nicer and the feel was good in the hand (for a gun of that size anyway). I have a Kel Tec p32 and the LCP is slightly bigger and weighs just a bit more. When I fist got my p32 I had reliability problems, but I have since replaced the plastic junk guide rod with a steel one from Kel Tec and the gun functions perfectly. So I was happy to see the LCP came with a steel guide rod. The finger rest on the LCP clips are second to none and I bought a second off ebay so both of my mags will have them. The trigger pull is a bit heavy compared to the p32, but I do not mind since it is added safty on a saftyless gun. Now only if I could find some .380 ACP ammo I could tell you how the darn thing shoots. I have some on back order from Cabelas but it will be atleast a month before I get it! If it functions as well as my p32; this gun will be the ticket. I enjoy carrying the p32 but the .32 ACP is definatly a defensive only caliber and is lacking any real stopping power. My other carry is a MK40 but I cannot get away with carrying it durring the warmer months without a jacket. The LCP with a pocket holster is just about perfect. The .380 ACP is still a defensive only catritge, but has an edge over the .32 ACP for sure. If I wanted to step up to a nine I believe they are just slightly to big and heavy for comfortable front pocket carry and will be harder to conceal in the summer months. For all of you that carry 1911's, sig 229's, glocks, and XD's - how do you conceal durring th summer months? My MK40 prints even with an insdie the panst holster and a baggy tee. Well just wanted to let you know about the LCP and as soon as I find some ammo I will let you know how it shoots.