That is definitely a solid choice and great revolver. I remember when Grant Cunningham was teasing its arrival and his part in the development of it. What you have is not the one right out of the gate, the original was only a concealed hammer version.
Cunningham made it what he thought was the perfect carry revolver. He added a number of great features and borrowed some from other companies like the Ruger styled cylinder release. The one thing, in my opinion, that keeps it from being a real home run is the one design feature he failed to borrow, a Ruger style peg grip frame. Hand sizes vary so much I think Ruger has the perfect setup for a million possible grip options and the Kimber could really have benefited from it too. I think the full exposed grip frame is a misstep in this day and age.