I am still debating on getting a Glock 17 again. I had it years ago with the first gen but had it sold to a buddy. The newer polymer pistols are making my heart beat faster. So far I've handled and fondled CZ P10C. I have big hands and I would prefer this better than a Glock 19 (which I believe it is trying to compete with) or a Glock 17. The trigger pull is crisp and the ergo is great. The only thing I don't like is the backstrap stippling is "biting" my hand. Something I disliked especially during prolonged use. Beretta APX. A little bit on the ugly side in pictures but looks better in real life. This gun has probably better ergo than the Cz and the trigger is also very sweet. The thing I disliked is that sillly protrusion on top of the slide near the rear sight. If I wanted the slide milled for an optic, this might be a problem. Smith and Wesson M&P 2.0. Nothing bad about this either. It's just that the overall design doesn't appeal much to me. Glock 17. Nobody can beat the after market support on this one. I just don't like the trigger and splurging extra cash to make the trigger better is something I'm trying to avoid. It is also very blocky and somewhat unusual "feeling" when I wrap my hands around it. NOW for the Canik TP9 SFX is something exciting. The design, the feel and handling plus the price seems to be something on top of the list. My only reservation is the support for this gun (both by its importer Century and the after market accessories manufacturers). Any thoughts on this gun and experiences?