Hi, Just got some Trijicon standards put on a G26 and the front sight is much smaller than factory (or expected), although the issue is this: My factory rear sights were originally drifted slightly to the right in the dovetail slot a tad off center but not much (mainly noticeable if looking at the amount of dovetail on each side of the groove from above before going to my smith, definitely drifted slightly right but not much). The Guiderod laser's dot always sat on the right side of the post, although we noticed that the factory post was a tad twisted to the left, so the Guiderod laser was 'likely' always centered. So here we go: The smith measured and centered the Trijicon sights perfectly with a micrometer and the Trijicon front sight is straight now, BUT to me, the Guiderod laser is sitting above the left of the front sights corner now, yet the smith said it looked centered to him fully and he indeed has better vision but from what I'm seeing, I'm thinking he didn't want to make the minut adjustment to it... (I have an astigmatism so it has a starburst affect and the red dot is a huge mess and I agree the starburst effect on red dots flares to my left, but nothing is directly above the post when the dots are perfectly aligned!!!) Until then, astigmatism or not, it's not aligned imo! Getting home, unless I let the front sight favor *slightly* toward the right side of the rear opening (a taaad off center when aligning the dots) it is only then when the laser looks fully aligned perfectly with the front post, just higher elevation. (Do they make shims for Trijicons?) Should I drift it a taaaad, or keep it centered for now? If so, what direction does the Rear go to make the red dot that's leaning left become centered? I go "Right", correct? Have an NCstar tool in route to make adjustments. It's a 50 buck tool but figure it's good for Glock sights. (Unlike XD and Beretta which are hell to budge) The new sights are smaller & shorter and the laser sits much higher than before, also not kissing the front Sight's tip anymore due to the shorter sight post, the Factory ones had way less space on each side of the front. But hey, "Aim Small, Miss Small" I guess... Would you trust the windage of a Lasermax Guiderod laser, or just keep the rears measured dead center? The lasermax can have play, although I'm using it after racking it when it's settled in it's normal position. It's a G26, not a tack driver, but still... Want the best being don't plan to verify at the range anytime soon.