I did a doodle "of my pants" that is...not to be confused with doing a diddle "in my pants." Which I hope is still a few years out. After a few days of having gone back to a DA revolver for my EDC I feel a need to express one thing. A person can argue about capacity and caliber all the want but one thing is not up for discussion as far as I am concerned. That thing is comfort. I have never carried a revolver on any regular basis since I started carrying IWB. When I first started carrying I could not stand IWB and it took me years to figure out how to do it properly. So this is the first time I have ever carried a revolver in this manner. It is also the first time I have carried a revolver with my more shapely 44 year old figure. Like it or not I have a few more man curves than I used to have (see A.). These curves seem to lend themselves more to the shape of the revolver. Even though the revolver is thicker overall the smaller tapered barrel and and dropped down grip shape make it fit into my curves much better (see B.). With a semi-auto the width is continuous and the grip is more aligned with the slide. That causes me a couple of pressure points at the top and bottom of the gun (see C.). The one that bothers me most often is the rubbing at the muzzle end. Anyone else blessed with similar man curves these days who has found the same to be true? PS: The doodle does not show the guns inside my waistband so that you can see the gun shape and how it conforms to my curves better.