Haven't seen much anywhere about the Daewoo DH40 (.40S&W). I saw it at a gun show in Dallas summer of 2005 and found it very interesting. What was particularly interesting was the "Fast action" feature (kind of halfway between DA and SA). Even though I had no idea that Daewoo made firearms it seemed solid enough and the price was good ($350 new as I recall) so I bought it. I later found out that Daewoo supplied all of the small arms to the South Korean government so I didn't feel too awful bad about the purchase. When I first started shooting it I got an unfortunate number of failures to extract. I checked the extractor and it looked alright. I found that if I super-lubed the ammo it lessened the problem. That suggested a chamber problem to me. I polished the chamber and the problem went away. Since then I haven't had any feed problems whatsoever. The pistol feels very good in my hand and functions smoothly. It is amazingly (to me) accurate. The more I shoot it the more I like it. I haven't mastered the art of taking great photos like many of you have but here's my attempt.