I am not familiar with Mag-Safes but have carried Glasers in 9mmP and they can be very effective.
The advantages go further than good stopping power by dumping all their energy into the target, they also don't ricochet, which can be a plus if there are other people around.
As I recall they were not good with penetration, doors etc. as you would expect. There are also the wound complications to take into account, if your of a mind to. They make a mess that surgery finds hard to sort.
I come back to my old personal favourite, mixing rounds. Maybe two or three enhanced like Glasers or HPs over FMJs. So if the enhanced fail to impress , the ball just might
I know mixing meets with doubt from many, but I can tell you some of the best trained in the world do it. The chosen combo should also be thoroughly tested on the range with the carry sidearm.
The final choice however are for each of us to decide on, and hopefully live with.