I shoot primarily SIG P220s for IDPA. Last year I picked up a SAO Carry and liked it so much for shooting Custom Defensive Pistol, I decided I wanted to shell out some money to have a dedicated competition gun done by Bruce Gray at Grayguns.
Some of the work I wanted required a stainless frame to work on, so I bought a brand new P220 Stainless Elite and shipped it off. While it was at the shop, Hogue finally released a version of their Extreme Aluminum grips for the SAO P220. I just got the finished product back, and it came out great!
It has been converted to SAO and gotten an action job; they did a custom blended magwell and fitten a pair of the Hogue's to that; a little overall smoothing; and some frame milling to get the whole package down to 40.4oz unloaded with an empty magazine.
Roy at Grayguns, who did the finishing work, posted pictures over at SIGforum before he shipped it back, so I am just going to crib his pics to show it off.
The overall package, first. In my opinion. it's beautiful.
Here's a couple views of the magwell. This is the primary competition upgrade that I wanted, and it is what required the stainless frame.
The trigger is awesome. Takeup has been reduced, it breaks very cleanly (at right around the factory weight of 4.55--5lb), and the reset is as close to non-existent as I would ever want in a competition gun. I'd say the reset compares to the best 1911 trigger I have ever tried.
I am a very happy camper.