I currently have a Micro 9 and like it a lot. It alternates with a Taurus TCP as my EDC. The micro 9 is usually IWB or OWB. The Taurus is usually in a pocket holster in my pocket. I've been wanting to look into a Micro .380 or a Sig P238 because I like the manual of arms more than on the TCP. A store in my area will have the two tone Micro carry for $475 this weekend.
So...that's a really good price.
My current thoughts bounce between these options:
1) Dude! Grab it. You want one and it would match your 9! Go for it!
2) Look, you're comfortable with the TCP. The micro carry/p238 isn't going to do anything more than the TCP except lighten your wallet. Use that cash toward the AR you've been wanting. It's a better investment and covers a major gap in your collection. You don't need a 4th handgun before the AR.
3) No...get the pocket gun you want. And that's a great price. But is the micro reliable yet? I don't want to get a new handgun only to need to have it repaired even though it's brand new. Get the Sig...just save a bit more.
I currently have the TCP, micro 9, and a full size service 9mm that I like, along with a 22lr semi auto rifle and a 12 gauge shotgun. I think I'd like an AR and some sort of hunting rifle to have all bases covered for the foreseeable future of home defense and meat on the table.
Thoughts? And the "just get them all" advice is impractical at the moment.