We found the gun quite manageable, and its compact size (owing to the bullpup configuration) makes it very maneuverable. Obviously, with 14 rounds on board, capacity is never going to be an issue. Those factors make it perhaps the best shotgun for home defense we’ve seen in a while.
My current 12 gauge is a bit long, the Seecamp's travel convenience leaves it a bit underpowered, the .357 Seville looks pretty, the CZ 52 over penetrates ...
but the wife likes the .38.