I carried an XD40 Subcompact for a while. Actually safer than a Glock in some small way due to the grip safety. We saw a video posted here about a guy who claimed a wrinkle in his leather holster had led his Glock to discharge as he got into his car. I said "okay, let's find out how plausible this is" so I did some holstering safety experiments with the XD40. It was so easy to produce a (simulated) negligent discharge, I never carried the XD40 again; sold it, got a PT740, and now I will not carry anything that doesn't have a true double action trigger or a thumb safety. I don't expect everyone to agree with me, but I also can't even pretend to care; I consider Glock-style firearms unsafe.
Okay, I'll admit it; my aversion to S&W just might - might - not pass the review of the Vulcan Academy of Science's department of logic department. But here's what it boils down to; Colt, Ford, Fender, not S&W, not Chevy, not Gibson. Those are my principles. If you don't like them, I have others.