simply because of the ambidextrous slide catch, and reversible magazine release. Since there are no external safeties, one can easily make the gun a lefty. Like me. I’ve always been uncomfortable with the fact that (for me) operating a right-handed handgun left-handed is a handicap, mostly in the area of reloading. In navy boot camp to qualify on the M9 beretta, part of the course involves a few quick shots (I don’t remember how many) followed by a magazine change and a few more quick shots. This one part of the course caused me to rethink how I was going to qualify and eventually I made the choice to do the whole thing right-handed. I qualified the first time around, but I didn’t shoot nearly as accurate and fast as I could have left-handed. I should point out that the navy wants people (at least in boot camp) who shoot lefty to reach under the gun and operate the slide release with your right hand. They are extremely specific on what you do with the firing and non-firing hand. One does not want to ever change what they tell you, simply because it your way works better (if you’ve ever been in the military you know what I’m talking about. I just found this maneuver insanely awkward. I guess the other reason I want one is that Sigs are obviously very fine weapons, and I don’t have one yet. thoughts?