My weapon of choice for this match was my CZ 75b. I can't speak too highly of this pistol. It melts into my hands, and really does become an extension of said hand. It's natural aiming characteristics are not matched by anything else in my safe.
Some of the scenarios require a lot of movement, and you have to shoot while you move. While this looks easy when the Hollywood types do it on TV and the big screen, it's not. The sight picture moves with every step, and it's quite difficult to keep the weapon on target. Not only are there "bad" or "threat" targets, there are also "non-threat" targets. Sometimes the non-threat targets are moving in front of the threats, and your timing has to be just right so that the non-threats remain solid (as in, no holes in them). Unfortunately, I plugged one non-threat right in the forehead. Whoops.
Here are some pictures from the match. Momma Schu was kind enough to come along. She took a few pictures, not to mention scavenged a TON of brass for me. She's an awesome chick.
The pic above was taken as I was running from one barricade to another, while engaging five targets on the way. I received a 'procedural' penalty here because I dropped a magazine while reloading while there was still a round in the chamber. Meh.... learn the rules as you go.