I've had this holster for about 1.5 years, and I figure NWF members could benefit from a review, especially in light of the IWB and holster discussions that have come up. --------------- I carry my Kimber Pro Carry II in a Tucker Gunleather Answer, and find it comfortable. Unfortunately, I don't know anywhere you can try it on to see how it fits; you have to order online or over the phone. My wait was long, a bit over 3 months, but I feel it was worth it. The holster uses leather on the side that faces my hip, but uses kydex on the outside to ensure the holster remains open for reholstering. The holster has changeable hooks (I'm currently using the ones Rob recommended), and the hooks are adjustable, with 3 positions each (front / rear) for for adjusting angle or height. Further, the holster has an adjustment for retaining tension, but I find that it really needs to be adjusted a bit "loose" when off because my body will press the leather toward the gun, keeping the gun more snugly retained than when the holster is off. Retention is good; I have to be nearly upside-down before it becomes a problem. Concealability is good as well; I can wear tucked or untucked. I can wear the holster all day, and am reasonably comfortable in the car (it can press on my hip a bit, which sometimes requires adjustment), but when I'm out & about, I hardly notice it. I can even wear it directly against my skin without irritation. I've had the holster for about a year and a half, and it's held up well in that time. The leather has formed to my body, but that's about it. The kydex hooks show no signs of failing, though I know they eventually will; I ordered extras for the eventuality that mine fail. I don't think the holster is perfect. Its retention isn't positive, but rather friction only. Also, the gun will move enough inside the holster that it can knock my ambi safety off; my body presses the leather on the right side, the gun moves forward, and the safety can be knocked off. It doesn't scare me because my 1911 still has the grip safety and the most important safety -- the trigger. But I do find myself touch checking every once in a while to make sure safety is still on. + Comfortable + Very concealable + Adjustable - Not a positive retention - Wait time Pictures: 1. Outside of holster. Yes, I'm a lefty. Bottom two screws of the kydex outside holster half adjust tension. 2. Inside of holster, showing suede side which is comfortable whether or not I'm wearing an undershirt. 3. Showing how the holster sits. 4. I don't normally wear tucked, but here is how it looks. If I pulled the shirt out just a tad so it covered the kydex clips, it wouldn't be very noticeable. Note how I didn't pull the shirt out before the pic, and my Kimber prints on my shirt. 5. Here is how I normally carry -- untucked. It's very concealable, even with this simple t-shirt.