My only beef with the Pardini, is that the magazine in forward of the trigger so the balance is entirely different from the AW-93 and the 208. If you don't like a gun that is muzzle heavy you won't like it. I don't know about the adjustability of the trigger. Others would have to comment on that. I had a GSP for many years and finally figured out that the magazine forward of the trigger was why I hated shooting it so much. That problem was solved with both the Hammerli and the AW-93 which for me are a joy to shoot with a balance and a feel more like my 45.
As Isabel said, the AW93 feels more like a big bore pistol with its more vertical grip while the Pardini is a typical (and one of the best) modern standard pistol with a raked grip.
The Pardini has more rake than the GSP and this makes that its heavy muzzle weight (more inmportant in fact for the balance than the magazine in front of the trigger, the Morini CM22M that has its magazine placed like the Pardini and GSP is not muzzel heavy) is not a problem and results in a very stable/low muzzle jump pistol.
As a rule of tumb, people used to shoot a .45 or another big bore pistol, usually prefer less rake and match pistols like the AW93. While people using only match pistols and coming from/used to shoot AP or FP will prefer pistols with a raked grip like the Pardini, Morini, MG2, SSP...
Note that due to the top loading system of the SSP, the angle of the grip of the SSP can be modified and a less raked grip is available for it from Rink.