I love my CZ 40 P. I actually like the feel of it better than my two CZ 75's. It's inspired me two promise to change my 75's to rubber grips and an extension on my compact at some point in the future. Unlike the 75's, my 40 P doesn't have a "eats any ammo" character - it likes the smaller faced flat nose bullets - Winchester white box and smaller (like 170 or 165 grain) bullets, which are completely reliable. Fiocchi works outstanding. And there are a brand of factory reloads in 165 gr. that are almost (but not completely) round nose - they're superb. Remington and Federal 180 grain work most of the time, but not 100%. So I avoid them. They have the larger flat surface area on the nose. Also, only the original mag works 100% for me, so I'm looking for another one. The Mecgar 12 round that everyone suggests works, but it doesn't cycle as smoothly (though never jams) so I'm looking for another original. That being said, the gun is very accurate and has good recoil for a .40. And the decocker blows the decocker on my 75 bd away - for some reason, it's MUCH smoother. Just a little nicer looking than the 75's, too. The alloy frame makes the weight perfect. If the gun was a little smaller and I could find a good holster, I'd carry it.