Let me give a little history here. Let a friend talk me in to trading him my Glock 27 for a Springfield XD Sub Compact in 40 S&W. The XD had 50 rounds through it, had a Blackhawk Serpa holster, and 6 factory magazines with it. I loved how the XD felt in my hand, so I made the trade. Took it to the range a few days later and absolutely hated the darn thing. I was not accurate with it at all and realized I'd made a STUPID mistake. I offered to buy my old Glock back from him but he really liked the Glock and we had shaken hands on the deal, so I decided to sell the XD.
I posted the XD on a local firearms swap board and found a buyer pretty quickly. Fortunately my LGS had just gotten a shipment of GEN 4 Glock 27's in, so I snagged one quick. Had them install 3 dot Trijicon night sights before I left. This particular pistol has test fire date of 2-28-13. I should have known better than to trade a firearm that I trusted, knew was reliable, and one that I was accurate with. I was also fortunate that I got enough out of the XD that the new Glock cost me less than $40 "out of pocket". I know Glocks are pretty simple and boring to look at, but here is a picture.