Well I got the 280 AI this morning...Was going to buy one from my buddy that I know feeds and shoots great but he backed out which I can't blame him for. Ended up going to Chimos and getting the one in there that for some reason has been there for a long time...I've been going in there and fondling it like Wayne and the guitar in Wayne's World, well today she became mine. Picked up a box of Nosler 140gr Accubonds and found out she has feeding problems, if you fed it slow it would get hung up, fast worked but scratched up the case pretty good and had quite a bit of gold flakes in the magazine. It is obvious that the ramp needs to be filed down which I could do but don't want to mess up something more serious than It already is. I know this is a common issue and I now see why when I look at that sharp neck on the AI and the steepness of the feed ramp, recipe for failure. This is the reason I have been buying Brownings and Winchesters, you know they will feed fine and shoot great right out of the box which they have...I just had to have a Kimber MT. So what have those of you done with your non-feeding kimbers?