I was finally able to pick up my new Sig P239 SAS 9mm today, after Washington's mandatory waiting period (for those who don't yet have their concealed pistol license). I spent a couple of hours field stripping, cleaning, and lubricating the pistol. It took so long because I kept referring to the videos on the Sig site to make sure I did everything correctly. I had heard that Sigs always need to be cleaned before firing, and I now understand why. They come slathered in a thick grease, which must be an anti-corrosion precaution while the gun sits on the shelf.
I dry fired it a few times to check out the DAK trigger. I think I'm going to like it since it seems so incredibly smooth. I can't wait to get it to the range!