I have a Canadian LDA .45 Para. Interesting action as it is light and smooth! The pistol has potential to be a good gun if Para would have taken the time to put some nice checkering on the front of the grip rather than the striations that are uneven and ugly looking. The slide is a bit loose on the frame, but I guess that is common with officers model .45's. Just seems this one has much more play than my Colt or Kimber.
Only change I made to my Para was a full length guide rod which corrected the accuracy noticeably as it aligned the slide properly.
May God make smooth the path you follow!