Bubba, The CZ75 was on my short list of 9mm autos. Even though I purchased another make, the CZ I fired was an extremely nice semi. For me, a little heavy, but well built. Only thing that stoped me was the lack of a rail. I understand it is the number one choice in the world for LEO's and for the price it seems like a lot of gun.
I've had a CZ75B (9MM) for about 2 years. Love the pistol. It is a wonderful shooter! It is a bit large for concealed carry. I have carried it IWB, but don't recommend it for extended periods of time. Have an OWB for when down shooting it on my range. It is much more accurate than I am able to shoot it. We shoot 8 inch steel plates with it and have a blast. It will shoot just about anything. It loves Winchester White Box 100 count from Wal Mart. You would enjoy shooting this pistol. Go for it!
In General, I've had very good luck with one original CZ75 (later sold and I should've kept it) and the Italian made CZ Clones. They are very good handguns! The only caveat about the design is that you need to keep the extractor area of the slide boltface fairly clean. Czech out the newer SP-01 and SP-01 Tactical models!