One thing I learned personally is that I need to work on the draw and presentation of my firearm, transitioning targets and to get rid of the stock Glock sights for something better, maybe a Heine 8-ball arrangement. The "Cup and Ball" thing is just not working for me in speed aquistion type shooting.
I did turn out to be a splatter magnet though as a result of being up there constantly. I got hit by at least 5 pieces of splatter (more correctly it is called "spall") from rounds impacting the steel and either sending bits of the round or the target back at the line. Hell, the last time I was in the "safe area" clearing the range and a piece from across the road ricocheted all the way over there and landed in front of me.
All in all, a good time and I got some more trigger time in which is always good. A bad day shooting is usually better than a good day of work..
Just hanging out...they guy behind me has a Kimber .22 conversion kit for his Kimber, might need to try one of those out...