If Steyr marketing was worth a dam, you would have already shot it at a range.
And that would be bad news for the Walther ;)
I'd be surprised if it felt better to hold and shoot than the PPQ, this has been the most ergonomic handgun I have owned to date. However I will see if I can find somewhere that stocks the Steyr locally for a look see. Definitely not one for the Glock fanboys.
1. It's not available in .45
2. It can't use +P ammunition reliably
3. Its implementation of the Browning rolling-block is half-assed.
4. It has a static grip, you can't adjust the backstrap, forestrap, palm-swells or anything.
5. Its trigger feels like you're trying to do calligraphy with a mop.