Has anyone had any experience with Glazer rounds? They're marketed as being "safety slugs" (seems like an oxymoron- bullets aren't supposed to be safe, they're supposed to be deadly.) Supposed to limit over-penetration. I bring them up for 2 reasons; first, I live in an apartment with paper-thin walls, and while I've put lots of thought into safe angles from which to fire should something go bump in the night, I'm always worried about a richochet, or plain old human error, and having a stray round go introduce itself to my neighbors. Second, from a legal defense standpoint - I've heard mentioned in other posts courts looking down on certain rounds that are of the more "vicious" (ie effective) variety, and I wonder if using a "safety" slug would seem favorable in the eyes of a court trying to send me to prison for defending myself from the aforementioned "bump". But at the same time, I wonder if they're effective enough, or if the use of "safety slugs" would even be taken into consideration. It doesn't do much good to try and cover my butt in court if it means being murdered in my own house because I used ineffective ammunition. If they're any good, I'd probably load them in my .357 revolver (they're available in .38), as that's what I plan on using as my "bump-in-the-night-getter". Any thoughts? Thanks.