Found this article
in a corner of the interwebs...thought I'd share. Fun to read, however it IS just one guys opinion, and I'm sure you will all come up with a varied version of it!
BTW, do black pearl grips count as being a no-no? I've got a .22 revolver that might be sporting them....
My favorite paragraph:
"GLOCKs came originally in 9mm, and have also been made in various numbers in 10mm, .40S&W, .380, 9X21mm, .357 Sig and .45 GAP. However, the only acceptable caliber for a man to carry is .45 ACP. 10mm is good but hard to find, .40S&W is a wussified 10mm that the FBI created when it found out its agents weren't manly enough for 10mm, .357 Sig is excellent but hard to find, .45 GAP is new and untested, .380 is only acceptable as a backup caliber, and no man would be found dead with a 9mm. Actually, a man knows he WOULD be found dead with a 9mm, because a 9mm is a .45 set on stun, and real men do not believe in stun.