I decided to buy one of the CPX's today. It does look a lot like the K-T P-11, even on the inside. Then again, a 1911 still looks like a 1911 whether made by Kimber, Colt or SIG. It should be easy to find holsters since it's very close to the K-T and Taurus Millennium Pro in size and shape. BTW, I also own a K-T P38T. It's just like the P-11 only a bit smaller. I'd do a comparison of the SKYY vs K-T, but it would be an apple/oranges thing. While they look a lot alike, they are of different size, weight and caliber.
The CPX-1 seems to be well made, user friendly and will be easy to conceal. It's made in the U.S., so there won't be any import problems. It came with two magazines and the expected external trigger lock. It also has the ability to fire without a magazine in the well, a good feature in case you loose a mag or need that one shot. As was suggested earlier, I'll order another magazine or two from the company ($25).
From what I can tell, it will be a nice regular carry gun if you like 9mm. It's no bigger than most 380's and soon, maybe, will be chambered in 40 S&W. When I get a chance to take it to the range, I'll post a report on how it shoots. For now, it seems like a good buy, especially for just over $200 (MSRP is about $290).