Looks good to me..The way I see it folks have been whining for years for HK to build a plant hare in the U.S. and when they do, the first thing people start whining about is that the quality won't be up to snuff.. Myself, I doubt that will be a problem. I have two HK45's, a OD green framed HK45t, and a black HK45ct, both have "made in u.s.a." on the frames, although I think it would've been more accurate to have put "assembled in u.s.a." but, point is, neither pistol has given me a problem. To think U.S. machinist can't make ag high quality parts, as their German counterparts is pretty simple.. I don't see any problem arising from the U.S. plant, in fact this may be a blessing, as we might now see stuff made here that was not importable before, and maybe new stuff being shown at shot show, and be made available within a few weeks/ months, instead of a few years like HK has done in the not too distant past.. So, the pistol has a few less marks on it, who cares? As long as the performance is the same, I could care less. If anything, this brings jobs to this country,for a change..