For some odd reason I've been considering putting a laser on one of my pistols. Haven't decided if it's going to end up on one of the Glock's or 1911's yet. In the past I owned a S&W J-frame and had a set of Crimson Trace grips on it and loved them. I'm not a very good shot with a hammerless double action revolver with a 1 7/8" barrel but I enjoyed shooting with it on there. Don't think it tightened up my groups but it did speed up my shooting and gave me a quicker on target. The J-frame is pretty much where my experience with lasers, other than a pistol with a problematic Lasermax system on it (so I've decided to dismiss that from the options). My question to the wild and wooley bunch out here.... What should I get... Crimson Trace (which I already have a positive experience with) or the Laserlyte style the wraps around the rear sight (which I know nothing about other than they're small and don't mess with my grips)? If it's the Glock's I'm steering toward the Laserlyte but would like a little feedback from someone who's owned them and used the a lot. Would like to know about durability, ability to hold it's zero, run time, quality, etc. If it's going to go on a 1911 I'm torn. I hate how ugly the crimson trace grips are. They make an attempt at pretty with the fake wood grips but to me that's like putting spinner hubcaps on a ferrari. If they're far superior though, that's the way I'm going to go. Kind of the reason I carry a Glock so often I guess. It ain't pretty but it gets the job done everytime.