So what do you prefer for technique, and what have you found that works for you in terms of training? For me, I use a thumbs forward grip, and recently Dale Hunnicutt told me that the idea is to use the weak-side hand canted with your wrist locked as the primary aspect of recoil reduction. Seems to work, but I need more forearm strength. I might try shooting weak-side to see if it's a strength issue. Recently I've started to heel the gun a bit. I started doing this when I got my Glock, which coincided with a drought in trigger time. I found the best thing for me was to put myself in the actual situation (ie. standing at the firing line, looking at a target) and dry-firing. It took about 5 dry fires to make myself not heel the gun, and I also noticed that every so often I'd dig my fingers into it and pull it off target. At 7 - 10 yards I'm usually 2 - 3" high from heeling, but on target horizontally. I bought some 9mm snap caps to work with, going to put them in at random in my hi-cap mags so I can't remember where they are. I bought the Glock, in part, to get used to a light double action trigger. Next on my list is a Sig, which I can't shoot correctly to save my life.