After getting my permit I went out and bought an SW M&P40 Pro and a Glock 35 for use in shooting league. I always wanted an FN 5-7 practically for sake of having it. My first pistol as a Springfield XD45 which I would like to soon sell and pick up and XDM45 which i have been currently using as my carry firearm. I then went out and then picked up a Browning Buckmark for a .22LR Bullseye league. Now that I purchased the firearms I had a particular use for have been acquired I'm having trouble making up my mind on the next one. Now I have been looking at a Walther PPS and P99. I have also been looking at Glock 17, 19, 23C as well as an SW M&P9. Now I don't mind carrying the XD45 but the gun is a brick in terms of weight. I'm not a huge fan of compacts. I can't stand it if my hand cant grip the whole grip. If a finger hangs off I just can't get comfortable with it and from what a read compacts suck to shoot. They arent fun and aren't pin point accurate. I would like something accurate and fun to shoot at the range while maybe being a little smaller or at least light then the XD45. I really like the feel and size of the Glock 23C and the price is right where I want it to be. Next I like both Walther. I like the PPS and I like the price with the choice of 9mm or 40S&W however I don't know how they shoot. I love the P99 as well for all the same reasons as the PPS. I like its larger frame and how they shoot however I feel they are more then I'd like to spend although not out of the question. What are some outside perspectives or any hands on experience with one, some, or all of them?