Despite owning these Taurus CC revolvers for over a year, I've been very slowly warming up to revolver carry.
The "slow warming" comes not from the firearms themselves but the essential components for carry of holster and speed loaders/pouch. I won't carry anything that I cannot carry two spare magazines as I've been in a CC shooting and know that you cannot ever over carry spare ammo.
I don't know how many holsters that I've bought for these things and it is the same story as with any other Taurus pistol, it is tough to find holsters. I just don't understand this as Taurus is in control of the their own injection molding manufacturing and they should be sell Kydex holsters and magazine/speedloader pouches for every handgun they manufacture. Same for a choice in leather, they are in the leather capital of the world! Who best to correctly mold a holster and magazine/speed loader pouch! I have found and purchased holsters that indicate they are appropriate for the models but in the end they are a poor fit. You might get away with a "not so close" fit with a semiauto as they are slimmer and lighter but not so with the bulk and weight of a revolver. I waiting on some holsters from Ross Leather, the Yaqui, and hopefully they won't end up on eBay like the others.
I started with 5-Star speedloaders and they are a quality product but they rattle like the cheaper ones. Also, too much care must be taken in fit and timing of the "twist" during reloading. As with any speedloader timing is everything. I had also bought the MaxFire loaders early and have gone back to them because of the simplicity of the design. These are no longer made, a fellow had a great idea but I'm sure it is tough to get a foothold on something that is so traditional in use. The loaders themselves are still easy to find but the indexed pouches took me a while to locate. Your rimless cartridge choice would make this easier in they need stellar/moon clips but those can be tough to find for the Taurus pistols as well. You should be able to order these online directly from Taurus but can't. Also, you would need to find pouches that support the open cartridges and index them for removal.
I mention this as there are just as many additional, or more, considerations in revolver carry as there is in what revolver cartridge to choose and you will not receive any support from Taurus other than their retailer selling you the handgun.