I do not like it. The draw has you in a downward motion with the gun upside down. Now you have to rotate the gun in your hand, while the gun comes to a complete stop in motion then UP WAY up into a firing postion.
Straight draw from the hip your grip is established while the gun is in the holster and it is a straight lifting punch to the target.
I'd be willing to throw down a few $100.00 bills against first shot on target Vs this holster.
Motion does not equal speed. He also draws with his hands on his belt. If you really wanted to see how fast you were you would either need to start in the "surrender" position (as is common in competition) or in an interview stance. He also appears to draw on his own "go", which means that he knows exactly when to start moving. No pesky waiting for commands. Finally, the only time that matters is the time to draw and ACCURATELY place the first round on target.