With new S&W Governor on the market, is the the concept of the .410/.45 or the quality of the original Taurus that has deterred our members? I think the .410/.45 concept is valid with some caveats. I am not a fan of the .410 as a defensive round. However, for snakes I see it as being a great idea, better than loading shot in a .38/.357. So, does the new Governor change your mind? The added ability to use .45 ACP and GAP in moon clips in addition to .45 Colt seems to be a great idea and adds to the versatility of the revolver. Was it simply the lack of quality of Taurus firearms that initially jaded all of us towards the platform style, or is it a flaw in the concept? Buford's go to picture and the many experiences of previous/current Taurus owners obviously highlights the downside of some Taurus products. I will never buy a Taurus firearms, however I am intersted in the concept as a whole.