I've heard both sides regarding Seecamps. Many feel that .32 is too small for SD, some feel the .380 is also too small. I think the .380 is good for a BUG, or if the situation precludes a larger gun. I've had an interest in the North American Guardian in .32NAA, a .380 necked down to .32 resulting in the load delivering 1222 f.p.s. velocity to a 60 grain proprietary bullet from Hornady. This generates 199 ft. lbs of energy, specifically from the 2.5" Guardian barrel (1453 f.p.s. & 287 ft. lbs from a 4" test barrel).
According to industry expert Ed Sanow, the 32NAA produces more velocity, more energy and more stopping power than any conventional jacketed lead hollow point (JHP) 32 ACP, 380 ACP or 380 ACP (+P) with 15% less recoil (Power Factor) than the (+P) and penetrates 8.3" of Gelatin after passing through four (4) layers of denim, expanding to a .55" mushroom with a retained weight of 100%.
I wish I could move! However, my wife's ex lives here and we have the two boys.....so we can't move out of State, without his permission. We looked at moving to Florida a few years ago and even had a nice job lined up for him....oh well. Such is life. Guns mean a lot, but not everything. We have a good life here.
Go to the Seecamp forums at Seecamp.com and read up about the two. Seecamps have a rabid following. The .380 is probably a better round, but the Seecamp .380 costs nearly twice as much and really has some serious recoil coming out of such a small package. You'll see the pros and cons of each at the forums, they've hashed it out quite a bit over there.