I've been accumulating double-stack 15rnd 9mm pistols and here's what I've discovered. Maybe it's useful to you, maybe not. Canik TP9SF Elite: Super sensitive trigger, very reliable, points naturally, great ergos, accurate, well made, carries and conceals adequately. SIG P229: Excellent light double-action trigger, outstanding single action trigger, fat as all hell, top heavy, very reliable, heavy in general but light recoil, accurate, points naturally, extremely well made, carries and conceals poorly (currently using a Safariland molded holster). Glock 19.4: Light, good trigger, very reliable, points high for me (grip angle?), accurate, very well made, carries and conceals superbly, typically odd Glock ergos. Despite its faults, it is still one of my all-time favorite pistols. CZP-07: Heavy double-action trigger, excellent light single-action trigger, very reliable, great ergos, accurate, well made, carries and conceals superbly (Galco leather holster), difficult to rack the slide due to the small contact area, points naturally, my current EDC. Holsters make all the difference for carry. I find leather owb holsters conceal a firearm better because they hold it closer to the body. Molded polymer owb holsters are a lot more difficult to conceal. The SIG P229 has so many outstanding qualities that it's a shame the pistol is so fat and top heavy. The Canik (imho) is too dangerous to carry with that super light trigger. The Glock 19 and CZ P-07 are the carry kings of this group. I consider the CZ's heavy DA trigger to be a superior "safety" to the Glock safe-action trigger. Feel free to criticize, but remember that a lawyer is attached to every bullet. Your thoughts and experiences?