I've got a Kel-Tek P-40 which is the .40 S&W version of the 9mm P-11. I really like it and it is good for what it was designed for; an inexpensive, reliable handgun meant for personal defense. I have nearly 500 rounds through mine and the previous owner put maybe 300 through it himself. The .40 is fairly tough on the hand but it isn't difficult for me to rapidly put the magazine on target out to 10 yards or so. A Houge Handall Jr grip sleeve helps. It has a rather long and heavy double action trigger which is not conducive to good shooting but is adequate. On can lighten it up somewhat with a different trigger spring, trigger shoe, and polishing. Try www.KTOG.org for more info. I regularly carry mine as a backup when working and often as a primary if concealment is a priority. The 9mm version is just as reliable from what I hear though the smaller .32 ACP can have reliability issues. This is not uncommon in any gun this small, even the custom Seacamps have some problems. The .380 ACP is in between in reliability with most being generally reliable. Kel-tec has a great warranty policy and I have not been disappointed with mine. It is not a Kimber or H&K but it isn't priced as such either.