Picked it up at the LGS yesterday evening; detailed examination today. The finish is a clean medium high gloss on the steel, a little less gloss on the alloy - though the contrast is less than on my Blackhawk 45. This is a zinc alloy, not the Ruger's aluminum. The cylinder lockup is snug, even with the hammer down; cocked, there is zero play. Cylinder-to-forcing cone gap, checked using feeler stock, is .013" with the mag cylinder, .012" with the LR cylinder installed. The cocking action is smooth. The trigger action is a little on the stiff side of the average of my SA revolvers, but positive and not gritty. There is a transfer bar - which looks nothing like Ruger's but does the same duty. The trigger itself is grooved, but not aggressively. As you can see, this is a 3-screw design (the trigger pivot screw is on the other side). It also uses a flat mainspring. I don't know yet how the grips are held in place - there is no screw visible anywhere. I removed the backstrap to take a peek, saw no clue there either. In real life the grips look darker than in the pic, and the figure is muted. they are not polished, which is my preference anyway. Going by Accuweather, next Tuesday will be the first weekday chance to shoot some ammo at the range. I intend to use WMR then, the LR cylinder later. I will report results here.