Hi, I'm a first-time poster here. After looking into 9mm semi-autos, I'm finding I really like what I hear about the classic Browning Hi-Power. Several people have strongly recommended that the T-series is the "classic"--the high point in quality, looks and performance. I also like the 1911-like ring style hammer's looks (less bite?). But I also have seen HPs online with that style hammer that are apparently made and assembled in Belgium that are not listed as "T-series" models. I'm guessing they may have been made just after (or before) the 60's. My question is, is it worth it for me to hold out until I find a good T-series model? How do the HPs made in the 70s, 80s compare? How do the current production models compare in terms of quality of workmanship, reliability, etc.?