I tired a few single stack pistols and, except the 1911 45, the flat and long shaped grips are weird to me, don't fit my hand.
The Hellcat is almost too thin for me, I added Hogue grips on it and now it's perfect.
Same with P365XL grip.
If you like DA/SA, and you like a small gun, I'll bet you would really like the Beretta PX4 Storm Subcompact. Feels like a full size gun in your hand, even though it has the same dimensions as the Ruger EC9S without the pinky extension, except that the handle is thicker. 9mm version holds 14 rounds (13+1). Comes with two magazines.
If you get that gun, be sure to do the following:
* Replace the recoil spring (plastic guide rod) with one that has a stainless steel guide rod -- https://ssguiderods.com/shop/beretta/beretta-px-4-storm-subcompact-guide-rod/
. For the life of me, I can't imagine why Beretta gives you a plastic guide rod with this gun. You can fix that oversight for $35.
* Use a good-quality grease (not oil) on your slide -- this is what I use, and it is the best that Wilson Combat sells:
Ultima-Lube II Grease, 4 oz. Bottle
* Clean the barrel when the gun is new, to remove the goo that Beretta coats the barrel with.
Before doing the above, I had a lot of failures to feed with cheap ammo (Blazer Brass). In fact, the only thing that always worked without any failures was Spear Gold Dot 124 grain 9mm (not +p) hollow point. So that's what I still carry to this day, although I will shoot anything while at the range. And now that I have completed the above steps, everything I put in the gun works flawlessly. (I don't shoot a lot, but I do shoot a variety of ammo when I go to the range.)