For everyday carry I carry a Kel-tec P3AT in a slip case in my back pocket.
That being said... I, in the past, was not a fan of Glock. I'm a gunsmith and work on a variety of hand guns. I began to notice that Glock's were the only guns that only come in for upgrades. I have made repairs on the M&Ps and of course 1911 style pistols but I have never had to make a repair on a glock. That got me thinking.... I ran across a deal on a Glock 23c that was an officer's service weapon so I bought it. The cool thing is that for about $40 you can make it not shoot like a Glock anymore. An extended mag & slide release, helped handling. A 3.5 lbs disconnector and a new spring set took some travel out of the trigger. A little polishing and I have a glock that shoots more like a single action pistol. Don't get me wrong, you still know it's a stiker fired gun but for a small amount of $$$ it can be made to shoot way better.