I usually carry my Glock 27 in a Crossbreed Supertuck. I like it, very much. I bought a Remora 6 Art holster for the wife's 26. I decided to try it out, myself. Like anything, there is give and take. The Remora is more comfortable than the CBST, but since there are no clips, it does not "feel" as secure. Its minimalistic design feels less cumbersome than the CBSTs wide leather and clips. It did not move up or down while walking, bending, kneeling, jumping or driving. I did feel a slight rocking, to the rear (worn left side, IWB at about 8:30), but I think only after being seated. This did not pose a problem. I believe that I was more aware of it, because I am not used to how the Remora feels, IWB. This Remora is the "combat cut" or Artemis version. I believe the extra $5 is well worth the grip purchase it provides. It was easy to get a full grip and draw and reholster. I believe the Remora could function as a 'shirt tucked in' holster, but I don't think that I would wear it that way. I cant imagine how it would stay put while pulling up one of its two friction points. I have not tried tucking the shirt in and then drawing. I just thought of that test, while typing this. I believe this holster is worth a try to anyone considering carry methods, and for the price, there is little reason not to try the Remora. *I am in no way affiliated with the Remora company nor any of its employees. Wanna kill these ads? We can help!