I have a CW9 that I use for daily carry and have been very happy with it. I love my Glock 19, but the CW9 is so much lighter and thinner. I train equally with both of my carry guns but have never been concerned about "qualifying" with both guns. In Michigan we have the "Castle Doctrine" which has a specific law stating that you cannot be sued for using lethal or less that lethal force (by the BG or his family) if your actions were justified. The law also states that if you are sued the state pays your costs and fees. There are also provisions such as no duty to retreat from anywhere you have a legal right to be and the burden being on the prosecutor to prove you were wrong (instead of you proving you were justified). If you do not have the "Castle Doctrine" in Ohio I would urge you to join groups pushing to have these laws passed (like the NRA). While they are by no means perfect they are an advancement of our rights.
Also, I am curious if you have firsthand knowledge of issues like not "qualifying" with a certain weapon being used in court? I know quite often these type things are put out by writers (like Ayoob) for the shock factor and the need to fill up monthly magazine space. I believe these issues are not normally the problem the writers make them out to be. We have 48 states with some form of CCW laws, 34 or more with "shall issue" laws. Most of these laws have come about in the last 10 or so years. I do not believe that the legislature and judiaciary are as against the right to self defense as the liberal anti-gun media would have us to think. We simply would not have the advancement of the rights we have seen in recent years if that were the case. Rogue prosecutors are always a possibility but I believe it to be the exception and not the rule. Just my opinion! I look forward to reading the results of your CW9.