I was able to check out a Bersa 380 today, and took Shipwrecks advice and tried a mini-Glock.
First the Bersa: I was much more accurate with this gun than I was a couple of weeks ago with the titanium S&W .38. It had a good feel to it, but I had a failure to feed along about shot number 28 of 50.
It was of a nice size and had a good feel, but the sideways bullet in the chamber kind of bothers me.
Then the Glock. I shot the Glock 9mm after the Bersa. I think if I had shot a Glock after shooting a Bersa my first time out, I would be a Glock owner instead of a Ruger owner. The Glock was really nice. No failures, more accurate at both 7 and 15 yards (than the Bersa, not my Ruger. My Ruger P89 still Rocks!).
The Glock is a bit chunkier than the Bersa, but much smaller than my Ruger, so concealing it should be easier.
I asked about the Kel-Tec .32, and the folks at the range said they don't carry those. They went on to give me a few choice negative words about the pistol.
Verdict is still out. I have time.
Thanks to all for sharing your experience.