I've recently purchased two of the G2's. I was looking for a good CCW gun for my wife and also something smaller than my off duty Glock 19 for when I needed to carry differently (IWB vs. OWB). I have had Glock 26's before and liked them quite a bit so that was my first thought. I discounted the Glock 43 personally as I wished to have a higher capacity firearm. But then I started looking at the PT111 G2. I read on it extensively as well as video reviews. I posted on it in other forums for input. I was pleasantly surprised at the reviews and comments. Taurus as a company has had QC issues over the years. I've been fortunate in that out of 14 Taurus firearms owned only one had an issue (fairly minor but annoying). However, they've recently changed hands a year or so ago and have brought in some industry experts to address QC issues and apparently have been doing a good job of it. The PT111 G2 seems to be one of their 'flagship' models at the moment and a lot has gone into it's development. Written review: Taurus PT-111 Millennium G2 Review This thread has written and video reviews: Taurus PT111 G2 Talking with various folks that have the PT111 G2 everyone that has one/shot one loves it. One poster has over 5K rounds through one so far and has stated they've been running it hard on purpose to try to make it hiccup but so far it hasn't. I've run several hundred rounds through each of my G2's so far, no hiccups. I've used both FMJ and JHP. I've had ten different users firing them. Everyone really liked them. I chose this over the Glock 26 for a couple of reasons, even though I really like the Glock 26. First, it offers two more rounds (12 rather than 10) and secondly, I was able to purchase two G2's for less than the price of one G26. I paid $250 for my wife's (new) and $200 for mine (used with 100 rounds shot through it). So $450 for two quality firearms, to me, is a very good deal.