Shot several mags of each pistol today with Federal Aluminum 115 grain and all ran without issue. I was equally accurate with the LC9S, P365, and Glock 43. The Shield was a distant last place for me as far as accuracy. I just don't shoot it well at all. Recoil seemed about the same for each. I shot the Glock last and it seemed a little snappier, but that may have been hand fatigue. I shot the G43 once before and didn't find it that snappy, so I'll chalk it up to shooting it last. I did not find the LC9S or P365, to be hard to handle at all. I probably shot the P365 more than the others because it is the hot gun of the day and I really wanted to give it some extra time. The night sights weren't that great in the indoor range. But the 10 round capacity was a real plus. I also ran a mag of Remington 115 JHP and there were no issues. For the costs, the LC9S is a good value and I shot it just as well as the higher priced P365 and G43. In fact, I could get the LC9S with an extra magazine and night sights added cheaper than either. My plan has been to get a Glock 43. I planned to just rent the G43 and the LC9S today, but when I got there, they had the P365 available to rent. So, I really don't know which I like the best. How's that for a report? I like all three and really don't know which one I'll end up buying.