Frank James posted some more pics from the S&W presentation on their new Bodyguard plastic people poppers. I was disappointed (but unsurprised) to notice that they didn't take advantage of the clean sheet of paper to back gracefully away from the zit in the left side of the frame.
I don't know if the lock's internals are the same, but their stubborn insistence on sticking to a lock whose design can be actuated by inertia under recoil is certainly annoying... If you've determined that you just gotta have a lock for market penetration reasons, how about something in the backstrap or the bottom of the grip frame that binds up the mainspring? Or license Taurus's hammer lock for the pennies per gun I'm sure they'd charge.