I'm more concerned with how it holds up, how accurate it is, etc.
My experience in over 20 years of pistol training classes is that their reliability and accuracy is the same as a Glock, SIG, M&P, or any other quality gun. Some break down, most run fine. Everyone of them is more accurate than the operator is capable of.
Can't speak to bullseye accuracy, it's possible that they may be able to shoot a 1/4" smaller group from a Ransom rest at 50 yards than anything else. Doesn't matter to me for what I want a pistol for. My personal experience has been that they are bulky and have clunky triggers compared to many other guns available.