I'm riding the gravy train with ammo, just picked up a huge box of sketchy gun show reloads! Actually the ammo runs great, and shows no pressure signs, which is a good thing when it comes to 10mm.
Now, I can actually make it out to practice more. Having done precision rifle shooting for years, and all the CQB/MOUT stuff in the military, I know that given a high enough round count, and enough good training I can progress in skill very quickly. Even with extremely low monthly round counts, I can roll up ill equipped, with a unreasonably over powered pistol, and still finish middle of the pack shooting IDPA even butt fucking the course of fire.
Ideally, I can keep running the 10 for awhile till I get pretty good at the little local range shoots, and then get a good 9mm (cheaper, faster). It'll be like Lance Armstrong training a mile high for the Tour de France when I start going to real matches!
Imagine, getting super fast and mega recoil control with a 10mm, then going to 9? I'll be able to shoot it like a freaking .22!
Round counts and training... Time and money... It's all I need!