Been wondering lately.... All these new compact/subcompact 9mms such G26, SigP290 & P938, Ruger LC9, Keltec PF9, Kahr PM9/CM9, Diamondback DB9, M&P9c, Beretta Nano, Springfield 9mm XDM, Kimber Solo, Rohrbaugh 9mm .....etc etc Will it get to a point eventually that you the consumer won't want any smaller than these pistols being offered? Seems these pint-sized pistols have issues (except G26) with reliability. Is small becoming TOO SMALL? ...to the point you can't even barely grip the darn thing? (causing limpwristing failures?) Have manufactuers reached the upper limits of size to reliability? Or do you want even smaller? How small is TOO SMALL? Would you buy a mini 9mm at say...9oz and 3+1 rds and 1/4 thick? Or do you guys prefer a medium size pistol (ie. PPQ, G19/G23, P229 etc etc.?) contrary to the current trend of these mini-9s instead because its not too hard to CC them and reliable is better and more rounds? I know its a lot of questions...But wondering how far is too far?