I'm seeing mixed reviews on these - one new owner stated that his wouldn't fire in DA and Colt has said to send it back. Others have said that these are great guns. I've asked in several posts (across three forums): what makes this new .357 worth MSRP of $1,499 vs a 686 at $833? I received one tiny response - that the price was comparable to S&W PC prices for similar revolvers. Excluding Colt-manufactured $$$ from the old Python name, is this new 2020 Python really worth double the price of a 686 based on quality and workmanship alone? I plan on buying a 4.25" when I can get one for MSRP, so I'm not being negative - just looking for answers.