Just a brief thought. Are there any holster makers or designers who have actually tried to use their own products???? I mean, come on, why are so dang many of them either uncomfortable, unconcealable if comfortable or have such bad retention when comfortable or concealable. Take IWB rigs. You would think that in the 21st century makers would know enough to put a sweat sheild on there to protect you from the guns sharp corners and the gun from your sweat. Last week I had an annyoing experience with a Kydex IWB rig that had the absolute worst designed belt clip device I ever saw. Ruined an other wise useful rig. Take on the belt rigs. So many of them almost seem designed to make the gun LEAN AWAY FROM the body, in effect making them impossible to conceal. Take a Kydex paddle rig for a 1911 for example..... When you do find a rig that is comfortable and concealable, low and behold, often the gun will FALL OUT! I think there needs to be one more gun law to the 20,000 on the books- to wit if you make holsters you should be forced to USE THEM before you can sell them.