I've fired many semi-auto handguns, and I think there is a lot to be said for striker-fired pistols. I'm especially attracted to the lack of a manual safety (lowers the number of operator errors in a SD situation), and consistency of trigger pull (no transition from DA to SA).
IMO, the Walther PPQ is at the top of the list. It has a very crisp trigger pull, and an easily felt reset. It allows for very quick double taps and bursts of rapid fire.
Currently, I carry a PPQ 9mm, but it is bulky. I'm interested in what DC readers believe to be in the same category in a more concealable pistol. Specifically, I'm interested in learning how other more concealable pistols compare when it comes to trigger characteristics.