With all that said, if you were at the range or out away from your work bench and needed to field strip the P-01 it does require a tool of some sort (a ink pen or even a bullet would work) to remove the slide stop and once removed it's one extra part to have to keep up with that the FN would not have.
One thing to remember about the CZ P-01, it has gone through and passed all the testing required by NATO and issued a NATO stock number so it should hold up to anything you can throw at it. NATO press release
I usually keep my FNP-45 as my night stand gun, but when I'm out of town the CZ with a light/laser stands in for my wife to use, she shoots the CZ better than the 45.
Hope this helps.....