My younger brother has one. I like it a lot. In fact, I can't think of ANY other gun I'd choose over it for $200, provided it was in good condition.
It's no .45, but it's hard to argue with 12+1 rounds of 9x18. The hottest stuff may be considered by some to be comparable to .38 special, depending on whether you subscribe to the light/fast (energy) theory, or the slow/heavy (momentum) theory. I once "babysat" my brother's CZ82 for about a month, and just for a change, I experimented with it as my primary. I never felt under-armed.
It has a truly sweet double action trigger pull, which was surprising for a $200ish gun. I don't know if this is normal, or if he just has a particularly excellent example. Of course you can do cocked and locked if you want.
Sights are minimal, but it's a 200 dollar gun, so whatever. It's a little snappy, but I've never been the recoil sensitive type. I rather enjoy it. Every time I've ever accompanied him to the range, it has been supremely reliable. It ejects spent casings upwards of 30 feet.
If I had $400 to blow, and was in your area, I'd probably be racing you to the gun store to snatch up the deal.