I don't have the words to describe how much I hate Glocks & people who think that Glocks are the best thing since sliced bread. They are ugly, they have an "unnatural" grip angle (at least for me), and I pretty much don't want to be associated with all the Kool-Aid drinkers.
Having said that (and I am mostly serious in the above sentiments), my next purchase will be a Glock 19. In fact, I'm thinking about getting two. Despite my feelings about them, everything I've read, and the opinions of people I know who have them, tells me that they are the most likely gun to go bang every time you pull the trigger straight out of the box. And isn't that really the only thing that is truly important when it comes time to actually pull that trigger?