I read 1 review on another site (He posted it on multiple sites, actually), and he was shooting +p rounds thru it and it broke. He sent it back and has gotten it back, and everything works fine.
I held one on Sunday - It was okay. But, I already have a Walther P99 compact, so I don't see the point of spending oodles more money on a gun that is the same size except for a tiny, tiny bit of width difference.
Walther makes some fantastic firearms. I don't know if there is any inherent design issues in this gun - it is too new to tell. But, many, many gun companies release new guns and then have some issues with them for a year or so. That's life, unfortunately.
C'mon ss190... Glocks are some of the most reliable and lightweight hand guns made. While I personally prefer DA/SA hand guns, I have owned Glocks longer than any other. If I were in a survival situation and could only carry one side arm and head for the hills, Glock would be one of the hand guns on my short list of arms to carry.
I did not like the PPS cause I had one to many jams with the ammo I was using. Who knows maybe it was my falt, maybe I wasn't holding my mount right when I shot it. But at that time I already had a Glock and liked its relability, and symplicity. So I sold it and bought another Glock.