I have recently put meprolight sights on my old-style MK9 and have been generally pleased. I find them great for the glow, but less than eye-catching in light, the white paint is not sharp/bright/white enough. I don't pick up the front sight as quickly as I would like. I now have a P9 that I have "coverted" with my miter saw, and I'd like to upgrade the sights on it also. I am considering trying the trijicon sights , which appear to be roughly the same as the meprolights, but they are sold out. I really like the look, sight picture wise, of the novak but I am wondering if there is a "standard" for sights with regard to the depth of the "U" in the rear sight, and the position of the dots above the top of the slide. In other words, if I used the trijicon front sight (available) with the Novak rear, wouold the gun be properly sighted if I line up the three dots? FWIW, the recommended front sight for use with the Novak (only the rear sight is manufactured) is the factory original front. Or howbout this: would the Novak rear matchup with the big dot front? would the front sight "over-fill" the 'U' in the Novak? Would the center of the three circles be the same height above the slide? This Novak/Bigdot combo would be fugly and offend the purists, but seems ideal to me if the geometry is right THoughts? Thank you http://www.kahrshop.com/ Wanna kill these ads? We can help!