I've been having a problem lately on deciding on a conceal carry weapon and what I want from it. I have a Sig P229 which I love, save for the grip. It's just too fat for my small hands, and it leaves me feeling like my grip and my trigger finger arent' comfortable. I've thought about the 239, which is around .3 inches thinner, but I haven't held one and don't know that I would want to lose so much capacity (12rds vs 7). I also own a Glock 22 gen 4 and I LOVE the grip on it. Very positive texture, I can get my grip "deep" and trigger finger where I like it, but not having carried before, I'm concerned that I'm not experienced enough to live with the only safety being an easily depressed lever on the trigger. I do like that the glock packs 15 rds and still keeps the grip width thin. ( I realize it's full size, I have considered getting the compact g23, and only losing 2rds) I like the DA/SA decocker system and I would much rather carry an all metal pistol. Is the grip issue on the sig something I should be really concerned with for a carry weapon? Ideally, i'd like the build of the sig with the width of the glock and not lose my capacity. So the question is, do you guys have experience with any pistols that would fit what I'm looking for? or should I try to get comfortable using a glock with less safety than i'm comfortable with, or using the sig that doesn't feel quite right? I apologize if the thread isn't quite the right one.