So I ended up trading the PF9 in and getting the LC9S Pro. Honestly, it has to be one of the best little pistols I ever shot. Cycling is smooth, trigger is a dream, recoil isn't too snappy, and I could shoot all day with those factory grips on it. Oh, btw, Kel Tec need to take a lesson from Ruger on how to make a pinky extension on the mag.
Late congrats on your new gun. Now take a good look at the internals. The frame/grip parts are almost exactly identical to the PF9 you just got rid of, the slide and it's internals are almost Glock copies. So you've got a Glock/KelTec mix there.