Thanks for sharing WC145, very cool to see what you did and that it is an option, I had not thought about that.
I love 9mm snubbies. The 9mm it the perfect round for a short barreled revolver - much improved ballistics over the .38spl, approaching .357mag velocities without the violent recoil and muzzle blast of the .357, plus fast and convenient to reload with moonclips.
IMO, the biggest problem with the 9mm snubbies that have been made up until now has been weight both the Taurus 905 and the old S&W 940 are 22-23ozs. I solved the problem by having a 13oz scandium frame S&W 360J .38spl rechambered to 9x23. I only carry 9mm (9x19) but I can also shoot 9x21, 9x23, and .38 Super if I want. With the other work I had done to the gun it is (again, IMO) the ideal BUG/EDC gun - light weight, powerful, accurate, controllable, and 100% reliable with none of the drawbacks that make me shy away from autos for BUG use.