......Storm and Sub Compact PX4. Up until a few weeks ago, when I impulse bought a 9mm Beretta PX4 Storm, I hadn't hardly heard of the PX4. A couple months ago I shot friend's 40 S&W PX4. I liked the gun but didn't remember it's name. Apr 19 when I saw the gun at Academy I bought it in 9mm. It was a toss up between 9mm and 40 S&W. The gun is accurate and nice to shoot. I've put several hundred rounds of lead, FMJ and JHP through it without a bit of trouble, except the gun does not like some light target rounds I tried. No problem, I don't even remember why I loaded those rounds so light anyhow. I have enough confidence in the gun that I've already added a Streamlight TLR-2 laser/light for a nightstand gun. Streamlight and 20 round magazine. After hearing about the PX4 sub compact here on GT I looked for and bought one at the gun show, May 1. I have to admit it wasn't love at first sight, especially since the first dealer wanted $599 for the little gun. I bought one for $499. The more I shoot the guns, the more I like them. Tuesday a neighbor lady shot the sub compact. She owns a G19 and 2 inch 38. She said she REALLY likes the the sub compact. Next time I'll see how she likes the full size PX4. The guns have a hammer drop safety. When moved to safe the lever also disconnects the trigger from the hammer. I'm neutral on this "safety" because I lower hammers manually and only use the thumb safety when carrying a 1911 cocked and locked. Bottom line, if the guns hold up through the long haul, IMO they are keepers.