I have been intriged with the 10mm Auto for a while and I like the Glock 20 more every time I handle it. I am planning on sending my HK in to be serviced and if the HK Customer Service folks don't very much impress me, along with the pistol, I will probably be selling it to purchase the Glock. I'd love to be able to afford to keep it and get the Glock but I can't right now. The pistol will be used primarily for personal protection and as a "trail gun" to protect against cougars and perhaps dispatch up to deer sized game at close range. I never really considered the compensated model for this reason--I was always told the ports disrupted the sight picture in low light and could potentially ruin your night vision. However, someone recently told me otherwise. So for those who have used compensated pistols in low light, what can you tell me about their affect on your sight picture, esp regarding any directing of flash to obscure the front sight? I am planning on using high quality, albeit max loaded ammunition from the like of Double Tap. Would you consider the compensated model given my situation? Thanks.