Am I the only one to notice the fundamentally poor design of the Crimson Trace laser grips as they apply to the Glock? I recently got one of these, and as soon as I installed it, I could tell it wasn't quite right. There is nothing functionally wrong with the laser itself, except for your grip has to be just right to activate it at times, and yet at other times, it activates too easily. Like when you are pushing the gun back into a holster. But that isn't really what bothers me about it. The thing I don't like, is how difficult it is to rack the slide with the laser installed. It nearly renders the slide serrations useless on one whole side, because you can barely place your fingers on the slide enough to pull it back. You are pretty much stuck racking it from forward of the ejection port. And that is kind of difficult to do since it is fairly smooth up there. I haven't seen anybody mention this before, and my hands aren't that big. So I thought I would put the FYI out there before anyone decides to drop some big bucks on one of these. It isn't what I paid for mine, but I know most shops sell these for $250 or more.