Here's another favorite. This is a Ruger Speed-Six in .357 Magnum. This gun is no longer made, more's the pity.
If someone forced me to choose between autoloaders and revolvers, I would have to go with revolvers. I cut my teeth on them and it was quite a while before I acquired my first auto. (An original Colt 1911 from 1917, by the way. I still have it and may stick it on here at some point.) Fortunately, unless the next prez gets weirdly hinky I don't think anyone is going to place such a stupid restriction on me. Bets anyone?
Anyway, this Speed Six, as you can see, is DA only. Don't think that this is a disadvantage: a good hand with a smooth double-action revolver will drop them into tiny little groups at amazing ranges with great frequency, not to mention rapidity. PPC revolvers are almost always fired DA only and can put them all in the x-ring at 50 yards if the shooter does his part. I actually prefer DA shooting with revolvers over single-action. I just shoot better that way.
I did a complete action job on this revolver quite a few years ago and it one of the smoothest and sweetest-shooting handguns I own. I love S&W revolvers and have a bunch of them, but this Ruger gives nothing away to any Smith. I carry it a good bit and it's an all-around favorite.