The gun is a specialized gun. It was designed as a sidearm to compliment a military carbine. Itís a good gun for penetration. I will keep that in mind when its a primary concern (like defeating body armor).
I personally like a bullet with weight and proven killing power. .45, .357, .40, 9mm .38. Anticipating your response that the gun has documented kills, so does a Ruger MKII .22lr.
I think that most of us can agree itís a large pistol. Of course if you are a cop thatís not a big deal as you can strap it onto your WIDE duty belt in a duty holster. This is a big deal for concealed carry.
Wow. 20 rounds. I guess us old-timers carrying revolvers with 5-7 rounds are behind the curve? Should we worry that we are under armed?
My point here is as a carry gun, I donít see the plusses outweighing the minuses. It looks like a fun gun, and if itís all you have itís the best carry gun for you. Other than fun, I donít see how you can reasonably debate its value on any plane over a Glock, 1911, SIG, H&K, Smith.