This is why I prefer the P7 over the PPS, the PPS over the MK9, and the MK9 over the PM9.
I don't pocket carry (except for my 442), and any of those hide easily IWB. The MK9's weight makes it easier for quick shooting than the PM9. The PPS with large backstrap fits my hand better than the Kahrs do. The P7 has good ergos for me, plus all-metal weight, plus a very low bore axis.
Only downside to the P7 is that in extended range sessions, the trigger guard gets hot, enough to induce flinch (after 50 rounds or so; not a concern for SD, and if I want more trigger time at the range I alternate between guns).