Just to clarify a bit...
Beretta went to the Glock school of stonewalling and blamed the ammo but did emerge with the "FS" model which has the fix prescribed for the M9.
Basically this consists of a big washer on the hammer pin that rides in a small cut in the left side slide rail. This would catch the back half of the slide and prevent it from impacting inconvenient places. Of course Beretta charged for new slides for the M9 so our beloved USMC fixed it themselves by milling a tiny slot in the slide.
Subsequently Beretta made some other changes, but I still do not know of any cases in civilian pistols. Nor do I know anyone who has shot one very much.