I have the Thunder 9 Pro UC in duotone, and love it. Its my EDC. Over 500 rounds of factory ammo, and not a problem. The finger grooves help get you in a decent grip. Trigger is good. I say that its a good compromise between a sub compact and a full size without any compromise. Good capacity, good handling, good accuracy. It feels and shoots like a full size, and it hides like a compact - with 2 caveats: one, it is a bit heavy, secondly, it is wide. I address it by this: I'm the 5'9" / 190lbs. quintessential 'average sized guy' and in my late 30's...it isn't *that* heavy or big. Also, as it is a bit heavy, it sure makes it sweeter to shoot, because it isn't snapping or clobbering your hands when it is shot - and that's what a gun is for: shooting. If it isn't shootable, why would you want it. Period. Finally, I got mine with a total of 4 magazines, the Fobus OWB holster, and purchased Sig #8 Tritium sights (80 bucks) which I had installed by a gunsmith. The magazines are expensive, but all 4 of them run great with no difference between them for operation. The Fobus OWB Holster is good for the heat; however it does make the pistol stick out quite a bit. If you follow the instructions to the letter, it has doing-cartwheels and chase the kids in the yard retention. I won't lie, the holster and pistol look pretty bad ass as a set.
There used to be a racoon that was 30 feet up in the tree by my chicken coop. It was dark-dusk (about 9:30 pm in mid June). Note that I said "used to", as in past tense. Let's just say I highly recommend a proper installation of those tritium night sights to anyone. I'd call that an accurate-enough of a pistol, too; minute-of-racoon at 30-ish feet.