I shot my first IDPA match today, with my P30s LEM 9mm. The gun worked great, no malfunctions of any kind. The same can't be said for some of the other guns: one guys 1911 couldn't get through 20 shots without jamming terribly; an M&P jammed twice, and a Glock that failed to chamber a round with a magazine change. I kept telling myself to be slow, but its so hard to be slow when you are in the moment. Too bad I couldn't hit anything on a couple of the COFs (one target took me like 8 rounds to neutralize). I did terrible on a couple, but respectable on a few, and mediocre on the others. Needless to say, I'm looking forward to when I can attend another one. I also know what I need to practice on at my range sessions: target transitions and consistent double taps (after I can hit a damn plate at 10 yards consistently).