Just looking for thoughts / opinions and maybe some experience. I use a SmartCarry deep CC holster (http://www.smartcarry.com/products.html) for physical reasons and wardrobe reasons due to the physical restrictions (all elastic waistband pants). It is normally worn around the front but having the weapon pointed at my"privates" is a little unnerving. I have used it the way it is designed and have gotten reasonably comfortable with it but that nagging thought (brought on by comments by friends like "you're gonna shoot your **** off like that!") have taken their toll. So I decided to try something. I moved my normal frontal carry position about 90 degrees to the right. I don't wear the holster completely concealed under the waistband of my pants but with the grip partially concealed / partially open. It's not as deep a concealment but it should be OK. And the downward direction not pointing at my junk is a good thing. Has anyone tried this? I am wearing it like this as I type and occasionally draw the (empty) weapon to see how easy /fast it can be. So far, fairly easy to do but I still have to deal with a T-shirt to clear the gun. It's more accessible sticking up a bit but more out of the way than I got used to with it up front. Thoughts or experience? Thanks!