Just picked up my new GP100 3" SS. Somebody must have been in a very good mood when they assembled it. The damn gun is just about perfect. Finish is good, lockup is perfect, and the trigger is so good I don't think it'll need any buffing. The trigger is light, and there is no endshake. I think I got very lucky. When I went to pick it up this afternoon, I was all set to have them send it back because of all the negatives I had read about, poor finish, gritty trigger, excessive endshake, etc. But this think would give the older S&W revolvers a run for their money. What do you folks think, a fluke, or is Ruger starting to pay attention?