As I expected, this Pro TLE is well mannered, balanced, and fun to shoot. I really like the checkering on the front strap and even on the standard plastic MSH. The lines per inch appear to be the same, so it looks good. The trigger measures out at exactly 5 pounds (measure 5 times to be sure.) This is a little heavier than my other Kimbers, but the take up is extremely short and almost no over travel. It is an excellent carry trigger, but maybe not great for target shooting. I fired 150 rounds of FM 230 RN reman without a hitch. Used the standard 7 round mag that came with the gun, a 7 round Kimber mag, and a 8 round WC 47D. No issues with either mag.
My shooting could have been better. First three mag were ugly. Probably withing a 10 inch group at 7 yards. Second set of three mags tightened up to less than 6 inches at 7 yards. Moved the target out to 10 yards and was holding groups of 8 inches or better. Yeah, nothing to brag about but this is a range report not a job interview.
Most shots were within 4" but have to be honest about the flyers, too.
Overall impression: I love this gun. It is balanced, just like my Stainless Raptor Pro, but the checkering feels different. The trigger is still stiff, but I hope it will smooth out over time. The rubberized black grips feel very different. When I purchased the gun I thought the first thing I would do is replace the grips, but I really like the way it feels. Don't sell these grips short. Just because they don't look cool doesn't mean they aren't designed to make your gun a good shooter.
If you have a chance to purchase a Stainless Pro TLE, do it. You will not be disappointing.