The gun ran great at the match, so up to about 400 rounds now with 100% perfect function. I did have to clear the gun into the berm because the cartridges were just a bit long. New cartridge overall length is 1.100" and is tested for extraction of loaded rounds. The heavy blowback bolt will jam just about anything into the chamber but it may not come out unless you shoot it out. But that's totally my fault for rushing to get the brand new gun ready for a match in two days.
The trigger is decent after getting a little break-in and lube. I am kinda of surprised at how well it slicked up. Somehow UPS lost my Hyperfire that was supposed to be here last Friday and I do still look forward to getting it in the gun. But if I never changed the trigger I am not sure it would matter that much. This gun is plenty usable right out of the box without any refinement or modification. I recommend the Nordic Comp NC-PCC without reservation.
As for the match results, I "zeroed" one stage out of five (I was apparently unable to count past 2, so left a shot off each target) and still finished mid pack overall. Won the classifier.
I think there is a lot to be said for the interchangeable magwells and being able to use other mags of your choice. I know Glock mags are ubiquitous, but I'm not sure they're the best for a PCC AR. ROing and getting to see up close when so many PCCs puked for the past year+ convinced me to keep waiting before jumping into PCC. The S&W M&P mags work great. I am pretty sure that Beretta M92 mags will work just as well. And the STI mags should be good too. Its hard to beat a high quality metal magazine.
The interchangeable magwell feature is not apparent visually or functionally. You'd never notice unless you wanted to change it out - it fits that well. And the way it fits is really well thought out and sturdy. There is no downside to it.