Just recieved a new Fobus Push Button (Thumb lever) Roto holster Part # GL2DB with Belt attachment, Paddle Attachment, and Thigh Rig. This review will cover initial assessment and include pictures. I ordered the GL2DB roto holster for standard frame Glocks (17,22,19,23,34,35...) with the belt attachment, directly from Fobus. I also ordered the thigh rig for the fobus roto series because my intent is to use this on my pistol belt, and not have to change holsters over when going from G17 to G35. Fobus actually sent the belt attachment and paddle attachment with the holster, so this was a plus. All parts included appear rigid and durable. The holster can be moved from any platform to another using a single hex head bolt using the included allen wrench. The holster itself looks like a standard Fobus Kydex holster with an arm extending from the top. The arm is the Push Button (Thumb lever) retention release device which has a large (Thumb print size) Rubber Pad mounted on the top that when pressed, retracts a plastic lip inside the holster that retains the guns trigger guard. The holster was delivered mounted on the paddle mount, so I tested this first, with my Glock 35 with Dawson precision Sevigny competition fiber optic front sight. The G35 fit well, and the holster has plenty of extra clearance for taller front sights. The pistol stays firmly in the holster when pulling up on the grip but NOT activating the thumb release. When activating the thumb release the G35 releases smoothly. (Side Note: Initially holster seems faster than my Safariland holster, and there is no hood over the back of the slide, this is important for me because I will soon be mounting a crimson trace Infra Red Grip laser for night vision operations.) The muzzle end of the G35 protrudes about 2 1/4 inches through the bottom of the holster. Pros: Durable/Rugged Adjustable Cant (Roto holsters can be configured at any angle) Fast/ Easy retention release Fits many different Glocks due to open bottom Easy to change platforms Cons: Retention release probably not good for LEOs, easy for bad guy to get to. Thigh rig is IMO very long, and not adjustable at all for height. When mounted, the gun sits halfway between my hip and knee, and I prefer to wear it just low enough to clear my body armor.