First off, sorry I've been away for awhile and haven't been in touch. All is ok and things are back to an even keel as much as can be. Way too much work ( 12-18 days on and then one day off ) as of late. Everyone that has fired my SP-101 in 327 has given it two thumbs up. The 327 will never be as popular as the 357, but it will last. The members at the range are all very friendly and I've had the opportunity to shoot a vast variety of firearms that I wouldn't have had a chance to otherwise; so in turn, anyone that expresses any interest or doubts about the 327's viability gets offered the chance to try it for themselves. The owner of a LGS had his mind set to the fact that the 327 was little more than a cousin to the 38+p's............... Took him one shot and one shot only to determine that he was tangling with a greater beast indeed. He finished firing the next 5 shots and was determined to order one for himself. He also appreciated having first hand shooting experience in which to relate to customers that are curious also. I loaded up 400 rounds of 32HRM today; I prefer to shoot the HRM's for practice. I've shot all 4 rounds out of the Ruger and the versatility is an added bonus. the 32SW's are well suited for introducing someone to revolver shooting as they are very very light recoil and still group ok at 50' range. The availability of target loads for the 327 is horrible, I was able to pick up 3 boxes of Federal AE last year and haven't found any since. At least I have a little brass that I can reload. I have 500+ Starline cases in HRM, so that adds to my reasoning for shooting the HRM more. Glad to be back among friends; I've got a gazillion posts to read, so I'd better get busy.