I've taken notice of those little NAA revolvers, but they just seem a bit too small for me....I have freakishly large hands.
As noted, I'm looking for something small, metal-framed, in a small caliber. Something fun to plink with whenever I get the fancy, yet gives me the option to drop it in my back pocket to augment my 1911 if need be. Also, long term, when I get out to California to be with my girlfriend, I'd like to teach her how to shoot a bit on it. She's limited me to 3 guns(which could be worse. At least she didn't put her foot down at none!), and the 1911 is going with me no matter what. She's 5-foot-flat, 100 pounds soaking wet, so it may just be me, but a 1911 Commander in .45 might be a LIIIIIITTTTLLLLE too much for her to learn how to shoot on.
Basically, something small, cute, and fun. Kinda like her, but in metal.
The Bersa's got my eye. One of my old roommates had a Bersa .380 in duotone. Nice little pistol, but he had trouble finding ammo for it at the time. I'm also digging the Beretta Tomcat, but I've heard some less-than-stellar things about slides cracking on those(though I probably wouldn't run hotloads through it anyways, so I don't know if that even matters.)
Really, what I'd really love to get my greasy paws on is something older. My dad has a prewar Franz Stock .32 that I want, but he won't let me have. Really nice gun, though parts are difficult to find, and it's even harder to find information on the company. Franz Stock literally fell off the face of the earth around 1939.(German pistol company? Wonder why...) An old Browning Vest Pocket wouldn't be out of the question, either.