A post from yesterday in another thread. Previous to shooting it. (New somewhat better pic): "I called Academy this mid AM and they said they got two in this morning. Turns out they will not take the trigger lock off for you to look at it, making it tough to get a feel for the grip, much less the trigger pull. It will go against the Shield I have (Which I like a lot) very soon. In person it isn't that "big", and doesn't want to catch on stuff. Could be thinner, but not an issue IMHO. Doesn't stick out any more than the slide catch and tapered so it's thin and rounded on the front/back edges. YMMV of course. Where the Shield is long in the grip front to back, especially compared to how thin it is, the P-365 is a little wider and is short front to back. Big difference there. If you have long hands/fingers it may be an issue. My hands are wide/medium length. Almost all "large" gloves are too small and many "XL" gloves are tight on me. Grip is manageable dry firing. I could stand the grip to be longer, I definitely won't be carrying the flush fit mag, but have not been using the short mag on the Shield either. Trigger is lighter/shorter, reset is shorter. Nice. Sights? Yet to be decided. Need target time. Night sights are a plus (Unless you don't want them), but at $500 you do pay for them. The white dot on the front sight of the Shield is easier to pick up with bad eyes and no glasses inside, dunno about outside. With the Shield and the P-365 mags fully loaded (8 & 10) with nothing in the chamber the overall weights are too close to tell without a scale. The Shield is front (Slide) heavy and the P-365 is grip heavy, making the Sig "feel" lighter in the hand. No doubt about it compared to a few years ago." Comparison Pic with the Shield.