I know it seems like a no brainer, but I never gave much thought to owning a Sig because I just knew Sigs were out of my price range. I have a few pistols already (9mm, 40 & 45), a few all metal and a few polymer striker fire. And I have my basic security needs covered. Now I am looking for a fun gun I can just beat on and not worry. I prefer my metal hammered pistols lately and was always interested in the Beretta 92, but I don't like the slide mounted safety much like the S&W 5906. My thinking was maybe I could get into a PT92 fairly inexpensive. If it breaks it can go back to Taurus with the lifetime warranty. I don't need it on hand. Then I see there are a few Sig Sauer models around $400, give or take. By the way, Sig also has I lifetime warranty but they did seem to make a point that it's a "Limited" warranty. I know the reputation of the P226 but those are near $1000. They better work. What about the P320 or 2022? I handled them at a few local shops. My brain says forget the Taurus but I can't confirm they suck as hard as SOME say or is it just that everyone wants to say how great Sigs, Porches, Super Models, ect are to up their status. I have and XD40 that is boringly reliable but not sexy anymore and a bit old school. I also have a Bersa that is mostly looked down on but after an initial tweak has been stone reliable. Anyway my options are Sig Sauer P320 or 2022 in 40 cal or Taurus PT92 in 9mm. I have shot several Glocks, M&Ps and the like. Just looking for a different experience and don't laugh, something to give to my kid or family when I'm old. Thanks.