I just got back home from a fighting pistol class that i took in florida from the tactical response crew out of camden, tn. I bought a new mp9 a month ago and had about 200 rnds through it before i went to the class. This was a two day class in which I shot around 900 rounds in a short amount of time each day, so there was alot of rapid strings of fire. When I got the pistol, I loved the feel, accuracy, and light recoil of the gun. But, I was holding off judgement until I ran it through this class. Of course, it still needs some more rounds through it before I totally make up my mind, but it made it through this intense class without a single hiccup. On the second day, close quarters expert Paul Gomez showed up at the class and claimed that his crew had an mp with over 6000 rounds through it without any problems. It seemed that all of the glock guys were pretty impressed when Gomez mentioned this. As far as the class goes, I would definitely reccomend it. James Yeager and Allen Webb from Tactical Response were the instructors. Great information on mindset and tactics for making it through a gunfight. We were taught the basics as well as tons of information and techniques which would certainly be considered of a more advanced nature. It was a fast paced and intense two days. Many many different shooting drills including accuracy, movement, retention, one handed, off handed, reloads, malfunction clearance, reloads with one hand, fighting to cover and more. It was great and the mp did us all proud and the people in that class noticed. I think we have a winner.