Alas, yet another reason revolvers will never go away . . . fewer moving parts.Has anyone actually put hundreds of rounds successfully through a LCP II. I'd like to think that I could get mine back and be able to do that. I am certainly not going to carry it when it returns from Ruger without a few hundred problem-free rounds. I sold a Seecamp .380 yesterday because I couldn't get more than 50 rounds through it without having to take it apart. I know that tiny guns have tight tolerances and I know that I am a LCP II beta tester, but I expected more from Ruger. My LCR .327 is perfect.
Should you carry your LCP II when it gets back, Jim? I wouldn't. Nor would I rely on anyone else's experience to help guide me with a pistol as new as the LCP II. What I'd suggest you do instead is BE the "beta tester" you see yourself as and shoot your LCP II as often as time and resources permit. Clearly Ruger will continue to stand behind it and they will, I'm quite confident, make that model as reliable as they can given the constraints they've put on it (i.e., size, weight, materials, price point, etc.). Whether or not it will ever be reliable enough to satisfy you, however, is a question only you can answer. The proof of that is all over this forum. It's 9 years later and we're still arguing about its predecessor's reliability.
Your other choice, of course, would be to sell your LCP II when you get it back, put your LCR .327 in your pocket, and call it a day!