Here is my long term review of my CZ P07. I purchased it in 2017, soon after I moved back to NJ from TX. For awhile, the P07 and the P09 were the only two guns in my collection. It has probably 5 thousand rounds through it, and it was modified by me with Cajun Gun Works internal parts in 2017. Appearance: Basic black for the moment, and has a decent shape to it. I sometimes consider getting the frame Cerakoted in crushed silver to match the P09, but for now black will do. 8 out of 10, for a polymer gun. Sights: Stock set up are 3 dot sights that glow when charged by light. I changed them on both the P07 and P09 to a black rear / front red fiber optic combo that I like much better. 5 out of 10 for the stock set up, 8 out of 10 for black / fiber combo. It should be noted it is difficult to swap them out, hence the 2 point subtraction. Grip: Very comfortable, among the best I have owned or shot. The interchangeable back straps help. Points very well. 9 out of 10, judging by Browning Hi Power standards. Takedown / Re-assembly: Easy, just like all CZs. 9 out of 10, missing 1 point for not being as simple as other designs. Recoil: Not as good as the P09, but not bad. Tight double taps are possible with a strong grip, and good trigger timing. I am tempted to get Primary Machine match grade threaded barrels and compensators for both guns, but each would cost about $320.00 a piece. Anyone thinking about doing the same, and who doesn't own one yet, should buy the factory threaded barrel models, and just buy the comp separately. 7 out of 10. Safety / De-cocker: Mine is set as a de-cocker (you can go with one or the other), and it is super convenient to hit after chambering the 1st round. 10 out of 10. Double Action Trigger: Cajun Gun Works makes the double action trigger a 10 out of 10. I have never had so much confidence in a DA trigger, and when I'm "in the zone", I don't even notice the transition to SA. 10 out of 10. Single Action Trigger: Again, the Cajun system makes this a 10 out of 10. Minimal take up, slightly firm wall, crisp break, tight reset. Reliability: Outstanding, the P07 has never let me down in 5,000 + rounds. 10 out of 10. Accuracy: Again, not as good as the P09, but regular 25 yard head shots are doable. Definitely the most accurate compact gun I have shot, in the Glock 19 size range. 7 out of 10 compared to the P09, 10 out of 10 if comparing to competing compacts. Verdict: This is not my favorite CZ, but I will never part with it. It's drawbacks are minimal, and only noticeable to someone like me who likes full size, big 9mm pistols. On that note, when I have taken clients shooting, they all have preferred the P07 to the P09, citing it's smaller, more together size as the factor.