I purchased my RAMI 9mm in late 04 as my primary conceal carry weapon. Admittedly, I am a fan of the CZ 75 series pistol, and was intrigued by it. Despite its small size and relatively light weight, the recoil is surprisingly light. Ergonomically, while not perfect (the short grip means my no room for my pinky finger), it is still laid out very well, and very natural, especially with someone already familiar with the CZ 75. Disassembly is identical to the CZ 75. In terms of accuracy, it is acceptable, but not quite a tack driver like its larger bretheren. The trigger pull is fairly heavy but smooth in DA mode, and SA mode is best described as moderate; not particularly heavy or light, and is also somewhat stagy. Recoil, though more pronounced than the larger CZs, is still surprisingly controllable, and not painful at all to shoot. The RAMI has also proven to very reliable. Aside from the trigger (which, if anything like my other CZs, will improve over time with more shooting/dry-firing) and the short grip (a concession to concealability), the only significant drawback I found with the RAMI (at least with mine) is its tendancy to eject spent brass directly rearward and upwards (usually into my forehead and sometimes into my eye area). Overall, a good effort on CZ-UBs part in releasing a major-caliber concealed-carry weapon.