My first post here on my first CZ pistol (also have the excellent .22 bolt action rifle). Carried a Glock 19 for decades and that model served me well twice in harm's way. But, I don't like the sights (aftermarket, of course), don't like the trigger (great concept, questionable execution-aftermarket) and don't like the grip, especially for small hands like mine. Bought a P-10C last week and qualified with it-it is apparently a second generation or such, but the rear plate still gives a little-don't like that. And I don't like MIM locking blocks, striker, etc. BUT...most shootable handgun I've ever used, even better that a Browning P-35. Practically shoots itself, without worry about the mechanics. Maxed out first time on the combat course (flipping timed targets, no shooter movement). A bit concerned about the plate and about the striker (heard tips have broken from a few) and will need to get night sights, but otherwise may be abe to leave it stock for serious carry. Thoughts on the plate or striker tip-maybe aftermarket options-though I don't want to go that route any more than necessary. It's the Glock, refined, and I shoot it better than the Walther and HK offerings, as well.