So, a brief introduction. I have a Gen 2 Glock 23 and a Glock 43 (everyday carry). Honest Glock/striker-fire user. I had a Sig P938, but given the all metal body and 1911 style, I just didn't care for it (too heavy compared to the aquired G43). DA/SA is alright, but I do not carry appendix, and furthermore I don't goto the range enough to warrant a range gun (thus selling my CZ-75). Earlier in the year, I had my heart set on a CZ P10C, given the trigger and typical basic Glock style (wasn't too fond of the overstyling of German pistols). They were of course, sold out so I purchased (based on what the salesperson was carrying) a Walther PPQ M1. The ergonomics, grip, mag release, was great. The trigger was amazing. Other than the high bore axis, and profound muzzle flip, it was a good shooter - much easier than my Glocks. Fast forward a few months and the Gen 5 Glock is relased. Call my LGS and behold they have a G19 along with a CZ P-10C in stock. Unfortunately, I sold my PPQ knowing I'd pick one of the two. I held both and chose the CZ, due to the trigger - mostly, and what I felt was poor design on Glocks part, the undercut in the grip (near magazine opening) and some fit and finish issues (never a huge fan of the Glocks with finger groves). Less than a week later, I am having doubts about the CZ P-10C. The magazine and slide releases are way to hard, and for as rough as the grip is (cheese grater rough - which is fine) I find it hard to get a good position on it. I have to change my grip in order to release the magazine or slide (partly due to how hard it is to engage) and also, my hand really fits between their S and M backstraps. The design and finish of the overall gun looks nice, especially the slide, however. So, I'm back to square one, of either purchasing a Walther PPQ or a new found interest, HK VP9. I feel the styling of the VP9 is better, but the PPQ still wins out for ergonomics (if I can just get over the high bore axis and well, "hipoint" look that Walther seems to use). Great shooter, just not in love with it. Honestly, I could just say screw it and purchase a Gen 3 or 4 Glock 19. It's a safe bet and honestly better size than the others (given capacity and grip length) but I do shoot better with the others, for one reason or another.