Just got a clear one at WallyWorld about a week ago and I agree that they are great for introducing a newcomer to safety, trigger discipline, and sight alignment. The $4 gel targets are WAY cool ... if you can keep them on the target there is NO cleanup at all. I bought mine to get my wife started. While the trigger is nice for accuracy, I would prefer that it had a stiffer spring as it must be about a one pound pull (if that) ... so my wife will be surprised when we start the dryfire exercises. I just logged on to see if anyone had come up with any cool training courses to set up in the house for these. I'm thinking that they would make a good training tool.