It has Glock like sights; much more visible than the sights on the Thunder models.
It has an ambidextrous mag release, which is nice, since I'm a lefty, but shoot right handed. If I need to switch, everything is still accessible.
It has two loaded chamber indicators (the extractor seems to dual function as an indicator), one on the top and one on the right side. I took pictures of it unloaded, and loaded, to show the difference.
One thing I don't like about this gun is that the serial number is located in three very visible spots on the right side of the gun. In a holster, they're covered, but I don't see why Bersa felt the need to stamp it all over the gun.
We bought this as a kit, so it came with an extra magazine. While we were disassembling everything to clean it, we noticed one magazine said Bersa on the side, the other didn't. One spring was also much longer than the other, but we didn't notice which magazine it came out of. So we're going to give Bersa a call and see what's up.
Being that it's a new model, there aren't a whole lot of holsters dedicated specifically to it yet, but it fits almost perfectly in the Crossbreed Supertuck I bought for my Glock 27.
I also plan to get some pictures this weekend of different outfits I wear to conceal. I'll have a separate post up on that early next week sometime.