The Semmerling .45 is probably not an option for me because of the re-cocking requirement.
I want something in a back-up .45, CCW, not my primary, that fires every time I pull the trigger. I'm still searching for a reliable, deep concealment micro .45. I don't care about how much other folks have had complaints with their hand hurting firing small .45s, unable to handle the recoil, weak grip, "hand cannon" problems. Those are behavioral issues overcome with training and experience, as long as the gun is reliable. On the other hand, my gun is erratic at best.
I don't like the cheap feel of polymer guns, so I will probably stick with cold steel - OK, maybe a little pot metal on the side. I also don't want something UGLY that someone has tried to fix.