I always laugh when people dismiss Glocks (airsoft or real) because of the ergonomics. It's a gun, not a chair. I'm carrying a gun based on it's performance, not it's feel. Get a Hogue wraparound if it bothers you that much. That said, I've spent a substancial amount of time shooting both a Glock 19 and Glock 22 and it's never bothered me once.
Just a quick story to explain my earlier comment. My first handgun was a Glock 19. I put (no joke) over 80,000 rounds through it then I sold it because I was bored with it. I've since come to regret that decision, but that's another matter. You want to know how many times that gun was cleaned? Twice. And the second time was a half-assed job just to sell it. My brother got an M&P specifically because he didn't like the ergonomics of my Glock. After 3 mags, the trigger pin started working it's way out of the gun. So, it got sent back to S&W for repairs. It came back and after 5 or so mags, the pin started working it's way out again. So, he sent it back to S&W again and bought a Glock 22 to hold him over. The S&W came back and lo and behold after 3 mags the pin started working it's way out again. At this point he decided to just cut the loss and sell it cheap. The Glock 22 has had no less than 10,000 rounds put through it without so much as a hint of trouble.
If you want a gun that goes bang each and every time you pull the trigger, get a Glock. But really, this is a matter for another forum.