Also have heard good things on the Romeo line, my FIL runs one on his P365.That is one of the many reasons i went with the p320RX that has the Sig romeo 1.
no re-zero after changing batteries, and the stock trigger is much better.
I'd argue we're at the point where MRDS on handguns are becoming quite commonplace. They're not a necessity, but anyone who refuses to run them without even trying is just removing an advantage from their toolbox, and many shooters would argue that after a WML, the next thing on your EDC should be an optic. Especially with the advent of Primary Arms Vulcan ACSS reticle - which includes a 250 MOA ring around the dot to train a shooter how to align the optic on presentation - there really isn't much excuse anymore. I'm sure they'll never catch on with the crowd that turns their nose up at anything that isn't a single stack .45, but any relatively proficient shooter is doing themselves a disservice if they don't give MRDS a shot. End rant lolRight; that's why I mentioned I'm still in learning mode. I have to consider whether I want to take on not only the expense, but also any necessary adjustments in carry and presentation methods.
I usually like to take a reductive approach in such matters -- i.e., what isn't there can't fail -- but that doesn't mean I won't consider changes where a solid case for doing so can be made.