At my local indoor gun range today, I rented a Glock 19 and a Sig 229 in 9mm to compare them. While I own several Glocks and especially like my models 34 and 35, I am looking for something for concealed carry and chose these two guns as the best candidates. I shot 50 rounds through each and I liked the Sig much better. The extra weight helped recoild conttrol. I was a good deal more accurate with the Sig as well as I found myself shooting left much of the time with the Glock. THe Sig just felt better. I tried shooting d/a first shot and s/a thereafter and it wasn't any kind of significant problem although in competitive shooting, I prefer a consistent trigger pull. I noticed that my first shot with the Sig was just as accurate as subsequent shots but I spent a fraction of a second longer on the trigger pull. I am glad I spent the money to compare the two since now I am not considering the G 19 and I'm fairly certain that I'll purchase a Sig as my carry weapon. I really like the looks and feel of the 229 Equinox but none of the ranges I go to has one for rent. Also, that gun is only in .40, as far as I know. The .40 kicks a bit more but having shot my G 35, I think the difference is not significant for me. The weight of the Sig should help with the recoil also. I've never purchased a Sig before but I think the time is drawing nigh.