The SR9c is a great shooter, fun at the range and hides well. Mine served my well for two years. Not one issue and ate everything that I yes it. If not for a S&W 457, my SR9c would still be a proud part of my inventory.For simplicity, reliability, and accuracy, my favorite pistol, over the past 10 years has been Glock...so the Glock it is! (My current EDC is a Glock 36 in .45 acp...I'm interested to be able to actually shoot the G-43 to see how it compares recoil-wise and size-wise to the G-36.)
However, that being said, there are still many good pistols out there...Glock only being one of them! My wife has a Sig Sauer P230 and a Springfield XDm 3.8 9mm...which is very accurate and nice to shoot! Ruger's SR Series has been a big hit among many gun owners so if it works for you...go for it! If I had the extra $$...I'd probably own an SR9c...they feel really nice in the hand.
I've shot both. I own the Glock 43. Why? For completely subjective reasons. It fit my hand better, and I shoot it better. I learned to shoot a center-fire handgun using a Glock 19. Good or bad, it's what I'm used to.I have both and cant decide which one is best .