Here's my new Sig P220 Elite Stainless (45ACP) - and my first Sig.
Some pix, stock ones- haven't had time to take my own but my gun is exactly the same.
You can see before it's out of the case it's very well made - all steel, the finish (matte), even and well done. Standard on mine is the large beaver-tail, very nice both to find the top of the hilt fast and also to make hammer-bite impossible, front serrations, adjustable night sights -(both front and back adjustable), and SRT trigger (short reset), front strap checkering and the rosewood grips - the latter not standard on other Elites.
Haven't shot it but once, and that more to learn the gun than give it a full test, but even at Self-Defense distances (this will be a Carry for me) I can tell it's very accurate, and though not out more than 15', could hit a small red dot about 1/2" diameter without a lot of effort. The trigger both in DA and SA is smooth as warm butter, and they both break like glass. Can't think of any gun I've shot with a better trigger - except my Python in the revolver category. But no semi-auto.
So, I like the gun a lot though I've had it but 3 days. It's about same weight as full-size steel 1911, hair less, but it's much wider. But the Alessi holster I bought, and OWB seems to handle it well, and I wear Perry's Suspenders with a heavy gun, which also help a lot.
That's it for now I think.
Even if you don't like it lie and say you do. It cost too much for the truth.