Cons: 1.) The Slide, while it looks great with front and rear cocking serrations its not grippy enough. I don't have monkey paws or mechanic sausage fingers. I can pull back the slide of course with my dominant hand but with my left its very difficult. The slide is not stiff at all but the serrations aren't deep enough. On the P320 Compact the serrations have a lip to them so they are very grippy and pretty deep. I've actually considered getting some slide work done on them. The serrations on the Walther PPS M2 is done much better and that is my carry piece. 2.) The Grip, its purdy but there's not much friction to speak of. If you run your hands across the grip strongly and run it across the polymer its only providing a bit more friction. 3.) The Sites, they are just bad. Too much air between the sites and the front site dot is too small. I really love the stock sites on the FNH FNS 9c. I love that U shape and the big dot up front. I'll be buying some TFX Pro's very soon. Pros: 1.) The Grip, it just molds to your hands and is very very comfortable. The shape of it really helps and the finger grooves are pretty much non existent. 2.) The Trigger, when I shoot this gun next to a Sig, Springfield or FNH you can really tell how well its made. The trigger pull is magnificent. You can fire the gun before you reach the wall on many other guns. The reset is so short that I sometimes go beyond it but I'll keep practicing. 3.) The Take Down Lever, how I wish all guns had this. I only have 5 guns to speak of but having to fiddle with each guns take down systems and its problems is a pain. On some guns sometimes you have to push hard on the slide or tweak the guide rod. On other guns you have to pull the trigger first or turn the level then pull the trigger.. Aaaaaaah!!!!@#$ The PPQ's take down system is a breeze. These tabs you pull down are better than the ones on the Glock. You'd better have some fingernails to field strip those. 4.) Handling!!! My 9mm PPQ is a soft shooter with very little muzzle flip. It is very much enjoyable and a great gun to use in my training. 5.) Slide Stop, thank you Walther! As I said in the cons I don't have monkey paws so every time I use the slide stop on other guns I have to use both hands. On the PPQ it works perfectly with one hand. I really hate teeny tiny slide stops and the position of it on a gun can make or break your purchase. The slide stop is long on the PPQ but not bulky. The PPQ is not a perfect gun but there are so many guns on the market that people buy but then need many replacement parts to make the gun better. My PPQ is for home defense and range fun. What gun do you own that is nearly flawless?