I am not sure how anyone objectively leaves out a Glock? It is the AK47 of the handgun world.
Nothing against Glock, but except for the Model 36, they don't make a gun that meets my personal criteria for a cc gun. I don't own a Glock, but I did cc a SA Full Size 40 S&W before finding out it was just too big for me. I also carried a Model 19 around the house, but like the SA, it just felt to big for me. Obviously, there are lots of gun buyers out there who are satisfied w/ the models 19 and 26 as they're very popular. The OP may be one of those folks. Or, he may be looking for something for pocket carry or ankle carry, in which case we're ALL our recs are not applicable.
BTW, despite owning a number of guns, I don't own an AK 47, either. Go figure. :-)
In double stack compact- leaving out a Glock 19 or 26 from any list baffling.
Everyone has their own opinion and personal preferences. For example, to me the phrase "double stack compact" is an oxymoron. Every gun has multiple dimensions, including at least height, length and thickness. Many times we only key in on height and length, leaving out thickness. The compact versions of a gun are compact only because the barrel/frame and grip have been shortened compared to their full size brothers; but the compact version is still just as thick as the full size. Looking only at the measurements, a gun's thickness wouldn't seem to make much difference, but in my personal carry experience, it does.