With the exception of a Ruger Mk IV, right now all of my handguns are revolvers. So I'm comfortable with double-action revolver triggers. But I'm starting to think about getting an autoloader. Because of my familiarity with revolvers, I'd like something with a longer, heavier trigger pull and a hammer I can ride while reholstering. Just personal comfort level with safety and familiarity (not a replacement for the four rules, of course, but a secondary layer of protection). I'd like a capacity of at least ten rounds because a good-looking local training school requires autoloaders with capacities of at least ten rounds for their defensive handgun classes. I'm a small-framed guy with small hands (probably comparable to an average American female); I sold a full-size 1911 because it just didn't fit me. I'm also left-handed. Obvious possibilities are Beretta PX4 Subcompact, HK P30SK, CZ 2075 RAMI BD. Anything good options I'm missing? Any recommendations? Anyone had bad experiences they'd like to share? Edit: while I'm primarily looking at 9mm, I'm open to other calibers, including .380 ACP. I do need the ten-round capacity because of the local class's requirements, but it doesn't have to be ten rounds of 9mm.