I changed over to SpeedSights after only having PPQ SC 3 weeks, go for it.I've been looking at those speed sights myself (I know, I know, I just got my ppq lol). I dont like how much of a gap there is with the stock back sights, and those speed sights just look intuitive, and easy to tell when things are lined up. Less worrying about judging the gap in stock sights means more time focusing on learning the rest of the fundamentals.
Mystro or anyone - Any idea if the "Walther" sights will fit the PPS? (Or are they only for the Walthers listed?)I own them all and found Speedsights to be a tick above with more pin point accuracy and the sights jump out more in lower light when the tritium tubes dont matter yet. In pure darkness they all are the same as the tritium tubes are pretty standard across the brands but you wont be shooting in total darkness.
One thing you get with Trijicon is fantastic customer support. I bought a G23 around the turn of the century and had Trijicons installed by the gun store at the time of purchase. I finally had the (tritium) inserts replaced by Trijicon this year, and it was only $57, plus the cost of shipping the slide to Trijicon. Can't beat that!
Not sure about other companies, but Trijicon stands behind their products.