Some rifles just don't feel right to some people and the same rifle can be loved by others.
I am from England and I am in the second group, I love my Sig.
Over here, the Sig Cross is not that common and I think the problems that some of the first batch had put people off. Mine was produced after the recall and I am absolutely smitten. It is in 6.5CM, which is a round I also think gets bad press as it certainly stops everything I shoot with it.
I was in my local gun shop and so close to buying a Sako S20 in .308, when the owner said have you seen this. He then produced the Cross in 6.5CM and that was that!
There are three things about it I would change; the first is the trigger. There is nothing wrong with it, its very crisp, its just I prefer single stage. The second is everyone's gripe, the stock being loose in the folded position. I do really like the stock and would not change the design, just make the hinge stiffer. Number three is the shiny barrell. I am an old soldier and shiny barrells just don't feel right. I have left it as it is as I worry coating it might cause issues with heat, maybe one day.
As I always say, its just my experience and what suits me, its not for everyone and I am not saying this is what you should have.
What I can tell you as a bottom line is that I really like that weapon and reach for most of the time. In almost a year of owning it, not once has it let me down and I have never thought I should have bought the Sako.