I've shot a 345 that belongs to a friend, and have handled 2 or 3 others. Here's my take, based on that limited exposure: The one I shot had a horrible DA trigger, but when it could be managed, it shot where I looked. Accuracy was excellent. Function was flawless with both ball and JHPs, even though the gun was dirty as hell. It points like a 1911 for me, which is good. They are kind of big, thick through the slide, and the safety works the wrong direction and is in the wrong place, like most crunchentickers. In fairness, I don't like "traditional" DA autos with slide-mounted, backwards safeties, other than the Beretta 92/96 series, and I don't carry them, but lots of folks love them. I've just spent too much trigger time with 1911s, BHPs and Glocks to like adapting to TDAs.