Front cocking serrations are nothing new. I really don’t care one way or the other when it comes to front cocking serrations. They have never been a deal killer when it comes to buying a gun. Beretta put a new twist on slide serrations on the APX. Browning didn’t put front cocking serrations on the Hi Power, but did put a step in the slide that can be used in the same way. If you’re in the boat with the ones that will not own a gun with front cocking serrations, there’s nothing wrong with that, but you do limit yourself to the guns that are on the market. One of my favorite polymer frame guns is the S&W M&P45. I don’t use the front cocking serrations, but they don’t look bad. What I do find funny are the guys that do press checks on guns that have a loaded chamber indicator. But when it comes right down to it, it’s just a matter of personal choice. There’s nothing wrong with liking, or disliking them, or not caring if they are there, or not. But just because you like, or dislike something, doesn’t mean that everyone else should be the same. Just think how boring things would be.