Their semiautos include some I trust a lot (the 700 series, or whatever they've been renamed) the G2S and G2C, and the 1911. Their stainless revolvers (model 856, the poly revolvers, the 605, any Judge or Judgeish revolver) are excellent. Most of them I've handled/shot have had triggers that were well above average, been well made, and performed very well. Their blued revolvers, on the other hand, are not at all to my taste. Blued revolvers should be polished blue, not a parkerized looking dull finish. I'm not hearing good things about the durability of that finish either. Their used DA revolvers are in many ways the only logical choice if bang for the buck matters at all. My polished blue model 66 can stand next the best American made revolvers in several respects. The finish is fantastic, the trigger is almost flawless (SA overtravel is the only real complaint I have, and I consider that minor), and the accuracy is very good. Can't comment on durability, but that's just because I've only had it a matter of weeks.
My best revolver is a Colt. But it cost a LOT more than my best Taurus revolver. Ditto for semiautos. Is the extra money well spent? I think so, but I can't make that decision for anyone else. I will say their customer service needs help.
I was talking to someone today about his Raging Bull .454 Casull. He said he's had it for 20 years, and gave it his daughter when she moved to Alaska. He had nothing but praise for that revolver, and clearly he trusts it. I'd say that says a lot about the brand.