As time goes on I find myself looking more to the past to find simple, yet good quality items be them cars or guns when previously I had always sought out the latest and greatest. Come to find out the latest and greatest is either all hype or just ploys to keep us parting with our money in a vain search for perfection. I'm well content with my car that gets 25 MPG and has a heavy all cast iron V6 engine inside designed during the 1980s, back when stuff was built to work right for a long time. So over the past year I've looked at cheaper .45's because I don't have a .45 pistol. Hi Point has come to mind, Glock and Springfield too, but they're all polymer framed striker pistols and when I see a P90 with its metal frame and hammer, I just see old school simplicity and it makes me feel good. Also DA/SA is my current fad with semi auto pistols right now. What do you all think about the P90 as someone's first semi auto .45? Better than a used Glock or Springfield for $300? How difficult are mags to come by for a P90?