I carry a 360 PD hi-vis sometimes. It's a good gun. I had originally wanted a 340, but I found it used at a reasonable price, so I bought it and bobbed the hammer. It's light enough not to sag when I carry it in the inside breast pocket of my leather jacket while it's in a Mika pocket holster. It's accuracy at longer ranges past 15 yds. is marginal, but it's great at close range. Scandium .357s are ideal when loaded with Speer SB .357s and enjoy a power, as well as slight weight advantage over their slightly heavier airweight brothers. YMMV as recoil is pretty stout even with the "managed recoil' that Speer SB delivers. Full power .357s are downright ferocious. The last time I fired a single cylinder of 125 gr. Remington's, my right hand was screwed up for a month. I try to carry my Taurus 605 2 1/4" if possible. It's more accurate and I can shoot full power Remingtons out of it. Some pants have pockets just a little short for the Taurus, but are deep enough that the slightly shorter barrel of the 360 works.
I almost never carry the 360 as a primary since I'm dedicated to packing more power and accuracy/shootability than it offers, but it's an excellent BUG and IMO an indispensible part of my carry gun line up. FWIW the Taurus 605 I have is roughly equivalent in size, weight and feel to a Ruger SP-101 (I would rather own a Ruger than a Taurus).