Looking at my new 45 today wondering why S&W chose to go with only a 10 rd mag which is 2-4 rds short of their competitors and a light went off. I wondered.....is it possible that they designed the MP45 anticipating a future restriction on semis to 10 rds??? Did they set out to design a guns who's limited capacity make not excite some now, however it will should such restrictions take place as the MP is the slimmest, best feeling "polymer" 45 available. That said, given the choice post ban, why would anyone want a "fat" Glock/HK, or extremely long butt XD? I also noticed HK did the same with their upcoming HK45....it only has a 10 rd capacity and is much slimmer than the USP it replaces. Should such restrictions take place S&W and HK will have an advantage of the competition. Just my thought................anyone else care to chime in??