Tony1990, You're doing the right thing. Keep up the research. Find someone who actually has the model that you are considering. My information was #1. Second hand information, and #2. Is now several years old. Like I said, maybe the bugs have been worked out, I don't know. I chose another direction at the time. DAO isn't my "thing", either. ( I have a DAO semi-auto I can't shoot for beans.)
It took me about two years to get around to buying my BT380. I was waiting to see If Bersa was worth the money. Mine is.
I'm primarily a revolver guy, so I bought, and sold or traded for upgraded revolvers, putting the .380 on hold for a while. I had a Rossi 38 snubby, then a Taurus .38 while I did some other alterations within my stable, and eventually upgraded to a Taurus .357 snubby. What's most important is what will work for you.
If you buy something and change your mind, just sell it, put the money towards your next choice, and move on. After all, most any revo guy really wants a stable full of Colt Pythons..... a Snubby, a 4 inch, a 6 inch, etc. Most, I said. Not me. I went another direction there, too.
Also remember that it's easy to find negative reports about anything. People who have success need to be prodded. Keep asking. Try other forums. Get used to gun snobs and learn to take their comments with a grain of salt.
P.S. I just checked the Firestorm Revolver page and it says that repairs go to Armscor Precision Inc, Pahrump, AZ. Armscor has a good C.S. reputaion so if you need it, they should be fine.
Keep us posted.