Sucks to be me, I can't like the Glocks either. Tried and tried and tried....I shoot 'em just fine and dandy but I hate 'em. And that surprises me actually.
The Springer XDS on the other hand I rather adore except that it punishes my hand worse than any gun I ever shot in .45 ACP and *that* surprised me as well. I love it but it just plain hurts to shoot. I'm likely gonna buy one anyway and fix the grip so it ain't so abrasive.
The third big surprise and the biggest pleasure was inheriting a Colt 1903 Model M in .32 ACP. Made in 1918 and not well preserved in terms of finish, the bore was perfect and it was tight and functional (and declared so by a competent pistol smith) so I took it to the range and I shot it because from the moment I handled it I had a yummy feeling in my soul.
Changed the whole way I look at handguns and revitalized a life long love of shooting sports and handguns that had been on hold for many years. I'm back in the saddle and shooting, collecting, and hand loading again soon because of this pistol.