I've been burning up everything pocket pistol related recently, and the micro eagle has really made it to the top of my list.
The micro eagle does some things that my alternative .380 choice (the Ruger LCP) does not. For one—and that's a strong one—the huge trigger guard.
For me, and people with freakishly medium-large sized hands like mine, getting my finger in the trigger guard of a baby pistol like the Ruger LCP and various Keltecs and Kahrs that play the same game are a bit hard to get a good sized finger into. The micro eagle pushes the guard to the very front of the gun, which totally throws out that problem. The large guard also breaks up the outline, and may give fingers rummaging through a bag something to get ahold of.
The cons of this project is it doesn't have any (superfluous) lasers available like the LCP, and that the trigger is a tiny bit heavy. Just a tiny bit. I also wish the trigger was rounder. The finger kind of slides up against the frame as you pull it if you don't have a moderate amount of friction.