I snapped a few pictures of my new Bersa BP9cc alongside my PF9. The BP9 is definitely larger and is more akin to a Walther PPS than a PF9 in terms of size. This should give you a good idea of how they stack up for carry.
The big seller for me on the BP9 was the trigger. It has a short reset trigger system that reminds me a lot of my Steyr pistols. With that trigger is fires like a much larger gun. It also has polygonal rifling and an 8+1 capacity. I absolutely hate/loathe/despise/etc... the magazine disconnect though.
I read that the trigger pull is only around 3 lbs. Is that true?
I didn't measure it but it felt like a 5lb pull to me when I first got it. After a few hundred rounds, an incredible amount of dry firing and a nice polishing job on the trigger bar contact surfaces, striker spring and plunger it definitely feels closer to a 3.5 Glock trigger.
Looks an awful lot like a blackened and slightly smoothed-over Kahr CW9. Nice, but I'd rather have the PF9, myself. The BP9CC is somewhere in size between my P11 and my SW9VE while having a smaller capacity than either one, so I don't see where it would really fill any sort of need in my carry system.
Huzzah! Or something. And stuff. Umm, yeah...
The trigger rocks or pivots on the lower pin before it begins to travel. This is part of the trigger safety and takes up 5mm before it finishes it's sweep. After that, the trigger itself travels an additional 5mm before it breaks. So, the total from rest to bang is around 10mm. As for the trigger lbs, according to my fish scale the pull comes in at just about 4.2lbs.
Maybe this will help as far as travel. Sorry it's not the best quality but you get the idea.