OK, I know the debate is raging and I have read up a lot on it. My specific requirement is this. I want a personal carry gun that my wife will also be able to operate easily. I would love to get another Kimber (Pro CDP is where I'm leaning), but for my wife's use, I see the Glock as easier to use/less intimidating. I also like the idea of a lot less weight for every day concealed carry. Background is, I'm a rifle guy. I don't shoot handguns much BUT I plan to shoot, shoot, shoot whatever I choose to get and become proficient. My wife hasn't shot and I probably won't get her to shoot a lot. I like the idea of her being able to grab the Glock out of the safe and pull the trigger, not having to worry about the safety etc. Also, a Glock in .40 would be less intimidating for her to shoot than a 4" .45ACP. Any thoughts on things I am missing or maybe just wrong about. My current choice in my mind is either a Glock 23 or a Kimber Pro CDP. I will also be putting laser sights on which ever one I choose.