PPK was too large for what I wanted - The Keltec P32 is smaller and thinner than the PPK.
In the past, I have heard so many mixed things of PPK reliability on older models (needed the barrels throated to make them reliable). Also, the prev/older versions were known to go off when U dropped one loaded. The newer S&W versions have fixed those issues (more reliable and safe). But, I think the billboard of text written across both sides of the slide is ugly on the new S&W ones - it looks horrible.
Some of the neg comments here have given me some pause on the Bersa 380. I almost got a Bersa 380 last year though. $200 is a nice price.
Never been real interested in the PPk - Not sure why. I like the P38 and P5s, though.
I think if I HAD to get a 380 of that shape, I'd probably buy a Sig 232. But, while a bit thinner, the PPK isn't much smaller than the compact P99. That's why I got a Keltec P32 - no other gun is that size w/ decent reliability, and light weight.