I don't own a High Standard, Wilson Combat, Nighthawk, Les Baer, Korth, or for that matter an EAA, Taurus, Charter Arms, etc. That doesn't mean it's not any good, it just means either I can't afford it or I prefer something else. Same goes for those other people.
I'll be clear on this: I don't like the Glock 26 because it's short and fat and weird and it points funny and it aims funny and I can't get a good grip on it and by the time I spent $100 on grip extensions and whatever to make it work I might as well not bother, especially when they make many other pistols I'd much rather have for the same money.
But you know what I am dyed in the wool and set in my ways on what I think a handgun should look and feel like and you know the only polymer gun I like at all is the XD anyway. I'd bet you $1000 that 999 out of 1000 Glock 26's are combat accurate, will outperform their owner, and will never ever fail.
My criticisms of most of the guns I don't like are almost all subjective. Perhaps if I'd started with a Glock pistol I'd hate everything else.