I own a Glock 27 and am very happy with it. I've been carrying it in a crossbreed IWB holster and have only one issue. I wear the holster at about 3:30 - 4:00 and can't see the gun when holstering. Every time I slide the gun in, I have a fear that something will catch the trigger and cause a discharge. I am considering installing a NY trigger, which I think increases it to 11 lbs pull which should make me feel a little better. Although I do have range time with this gun, it's not for pleasure, solely to keep proficient for carry, so Im not too concerned about extra pull. I have considered a radical alternative - switching to a SA/DA gun such as a Sig, but I really want to avoid that, because it's not a Glock. The other option I was thinking of is installing a safety - it's one more thing to remember in a stressful situation, but even some experts such as Massad Ayoob advocate having safeties, if one practices using them until it's second nature to release them. Any thoughts about the trigger kit, or safety? One issue with the safety is that Im left handed, and I've only seen RH Glock safeties. Before I get flamed for being concerned, I'd like to say that I don't think that any amount of reassurance will make me feel better about holstering without being able to see that trigger slip smoothly into the holster, but I do want to keep using my Glock for carry. Thanks, Randy Wanna kill these ads? We can help!