Okay, I promised doc eyecutter the pics. Here's how it looks like (please do not mind the franken, scratch-full, blood and libag-stained gun. ;f) How it feels: Ever wondered where your weak thumb should be? Well, this one finally gives it that comfy solid feeling everytime I grip my gun. It's placement was fit to the length of my thumb so there isn't too much curling or over-reaching. Although, now I realized I would have preferred the pad to be angled slightly even more downward (just a little). Live Firing: I haven't gotten the full work with it yet. But here are my initial thoughts from the few rounds (80+) I fired with it. We're familiar with the concept of the locked wrists, right? With the pedal, I discovered a new one: the locked thumb (weak side). The thumb now gets an active part in recoil control. With the thumb locked straight, resting on the pad, everytime the gun recoils up, it encounters the thumb's "downward" resistance. So far I haven't noticed any erratic torquing of the gun sideways. But I definitely noticed lesser flip and more snapping back down of the gun. More experiments to come this weekend. Stay tuned. Con: I only see one so far and that's frame drilling. Wanna kill these ads? We can help!