I recently installed a set of SURE-SIGHTS on my personally owned Glock 22 duty weapon, and after several weeks of evaluation I feel compelled to share my thoughts with as many people as possible. Before I installed the SURE-SIGHTS I shot a modified version of my departments standard qualification course, eliminating the kneeling stage and simulating the barricade stage. These changes were due to shooting at an indoor range that would not allow kneeling and had no barricades available. With the standard Glock sights I scored 49 out of 50. With the SURE-SIGHTS I scored 50 out of 50. But this doesnt tell the whole story. I also timed both runs using a stop watch which I paused between stages. These results, while not as scientific as using a Pact timer, were really impressive. The time difference between the two was 7.3 seconds, a huge difference in my opinion. I also showed these sights to my future father-in-law (who is in his fifties), he liked the ease in which they lined up and was very impressed with the large and bright sight picture. He remarked that these sights were perfect for someone with diminishing eyesight due to age. So no one is confused, these are not night sights per-se. They do not glow but the yellow inserts are so bright, and the shape of the front sight is so distinct, that I am convinced that I dont need them to glow. Turning off all the lights in my apartment at around 0100 hours I was able to pick up the front sight using the street lights filtering through the shaded windows. When using my M3 light I can even make out the yellow inserts. The rear sight is shaped like the bottom half of a triangle, while the front sight is a very large inverted V. When properly aligned they form a triangle. I have tried numerous different sighting systems, and had settled on the AO Sights Big Dot set-up, until I tried the SURE-SIGHTS. I am now convinced that this sight system is hands down the fastest and best combat sighting system available. But dont just take it from me, I showed the SURE-SIGHTS around work and 12 of the 15 officers I showed them to are in the process of ordering their own sets. As a matter of fact one of our firearms instructors is contemplating ordering his own set; hes just waiting to do some test firing of my weapon first The SURE-SIGHT system can be seen by going to TRUGLO.COM. I would post pictures but I dont have a digital camera or know how to post pics. BTW---the inventor of these sights is also a fellow GT'er.