Why is it that every used Kimber I've seen looks like it's been a boat paddle on class 4 rapids? I get that they are light and meant to be used but other manufacturers that see similar conditions seem to fair better. If they didn't dip the stock it might change the overall appearance more than most things. If they cerakoted instead of trying their hand at a poor excuse for stainless it might help as well. It's a shame because for the price it has a lot going for it. Good trigger, threaded, reasonable accuracy and as light as some titanium customs. So what gives? Why do they cheap out on the exterior?