I’m considering an M2.0 Compact myself (have a FS).
I use safeties on a few of my firearms. When I have a safety, I make a personal assessment as to whether the safety is swiftly purposefully disengaged, and won’t unintentionally come off with manipulations related to holster carry, drawing, and reholstering. I also train to use the safety (and/or decocker), even at the range in between strings when many people just keep it off.
That being said, although my M2.0 has a safety, it’s not my favorite for one reason. My only gripe is racking the slide using an overhand technique. The M2.0 safety design (not the Shield variants) requires more conscious effort if it is on and I rack the slide… even a little when it is off. Personally, I don’t have an issue with my Beretta M9 nor my FNX9 safety setup during over hand racking (YMMV). Just something to consider.
A side note… The safety on the Beretta 92 variants for medium to large hands can be manipulated with one hand without shifting your grip if you know how to do it (many people don’t). However, I could not use the same technique on the PX4 Storm (nor the older steel S&W’s with the slide safety/decocker). Additionally, I am still working on irregularities for accuracy issues (shooter induced) with the first DA on the FNX9, while the Sig, S&W steel frame, Berettas, and HK DA’s (and my 66-8) don’t give me any issues on first shot placement. YMMV.