The deal at the range was three guns, 50 rounds apiece. I shot the P365, Hellcat, and the FN 503. I liked them all, but I probably liked the FN the most. I liked the U sights on the Hellcat the best once I got used to them and felt like they were the fastest to aim at close distances. I didn’t like them as much as standard three dot sights at further than about 10 yards. The Sig definitely looked and felt the sleekest and most snag free. I liked it’s mag and slide release more than the Hellcat but less than the FN. All three of them felt good in my hand, but the FN with the extended 8 round magazine felt the best. With the flush magazine I liked the Hellcat a little better cause I could still fit my entire hand. The Sig was a close third either way. None of them were particularly snappy for how small they were. The FN’s trigger was by far the best. The other two had triggers that were only not bad, especially for a subcompact, and if I had to shoot them I wouldn’t complain. But the FN’s was consistently a little lighter and a lot more crisp in the break. I thought it was flat out good. Size wise they’re all within spitting distance of each other at 1-1.1” wide, 4-4.3” tall, and 5.8-6” long and they all felt pretty concealable. The only downside to the FN is I’m packing 6 for the same size as 10 or 11 and 8 for the same size as 12 or 13 in the other two guns.