The crimson trace lasers are just too cool, and I'd love to have one. Unfortunately, I love two OTHER things: my G23, and BIG surefire lights (the ones with 220 lumens for 20 minutes--I have one on my 1911). If crimson trace goes to the trouble of routing wires, switches, and battery compartments all through the glock frame, why the heck do they then mount the laser right where you'd like to mount a light?? Couldn't they just as easily mount the laser in the same place as their grip mounts for other guns (except of course, in the case of the glock, it would have to be permanently mounted in the frame--but still in the same place on the grip). HOWEVER, I wonder if the laser just happens to be situated in such a way in their standard setup that one might possibly DRILL a hole through the mounting/frame apparatus of the big surefires, so that the laser could shine through without too much damage to the surefire?!?! Any opinions or ideas? I emailed crimson trace about this (mounting the laser on the grip) day before yesterday, and they haven't seen fit to contact me back.