http://www.gun-tests.com/ I in no way work for them or promote them but I do get their magazine. They are kinda like consumer reports is for other items. They don't have any advertising in their magazines and will give their honest opinion like "buy it" or "don't buy this junk". I thought this might be helpful to anyone considering these firearms who would other wise have to take the advice of a bunch of people who are sack riders or just think whatever they buy is the best. In the latest issue they reviewed the Glock 26, Sig P239, and the M&P 9mm. I'll try to figure out the online access an post the whole review in here but this is what they had to say: Glock 26: Grade:B Our G26 performed without a moment's worry and carried 10+1 rounds. The Glock 26 was never meant to be a target pistol or a primary weapon. But as a hideout gun or backup pistol, the Glock 26 is a solid choice. (They went on to say that they much prefer the Glock 19 for conceal carry). Sig P239: DAK 9mm Grade:A- Accuracy was exceptional once we had dedicated our technique to mastery of the DAK trigger. This gun could serve as a primary carry pistol as well as a concealment piece. Smith and Wesson M&P 9mm: Grade D Due to MALFUNCTIONS, we had to grade the M&P down. A self defense gun cannot suffer stoppages. Our test M&P was marred by the slide locking back with one round left in the magazine. The failure rate was nearly 70%. Accuracy from the bench lagged; this gun shot most groups measuring more than 3 inches across.