Good review. I have had one for years, and it has never failed to feed, failed to eject, or malfunctioned in any way. I have at least 500 rounds thru mine, and would not part with it. When I got it, they were selling at $179, but now are a tad over $200, which is a bargain. Holsters are available from some makers, as it is a close fit to one of the Berettas, but not hard to find for CCW.
Super easy to field strip, and the felt recoil is almost non-existant. The gun is not light, solid steel, which helps tame the recoil but also requires a pretty sturdy rig and belt to handle the weight. I honestly can shoot the CZ as well as the G19 and better than the G26. It is a part of my carry rotation, as it is one of my pistols that has never had a failure. When you can grab a solid steel pistol, with polygonal rifleing (Kahr has it at $600+) that has a solid reputation of not failing, with a capacity of 12 rounds for under $225....you'd be smart to jump on it! I fully expect them to be in the East German Makarov in the next year or so, where they sell for $400+ and everyone wishes they got one when they were cheap!