A few months back, I spoke with Seth's Custom Leathers about making some holsters for me. One of them is a crossdraw for my Colt snubbie (driving in car), one is a Face/Off style SOB dual holster for the Colt snubbies (just for the heck of it), a regular right side Paladin for the P228 plus single mag pouch and belt. All in dark brown, naturally. First of all, I love the leathers that they use: substantial yet supple. Break-in is going to be relatively painless and fast. Secondly, to address Seth's Custom Leathers' concern with the P228 mag (it's a new high carry design that they're trying out and they are afraid that the mag may twist away from the body too much), yes I think there may be a validity in their concern BUT it's not all bad. It does twist away from the body a bit...HOWEVER, it may be a blessing in disguise for us fat folks. It doesn't stick too far out and it doesn't dig into the rib cage/side. I think that for people with spare tires, this design would be good. My own concern is with the "bite" of the mag pouch. It's only about maybe 1/3 worth of contact with the mag and when the pouch is well worn, I am not confident that it will still retain the mag. Right now the mag is fairly easy to pull out. The P228 holster is super swell. Holds the gun securely yet I can draw very smoothly from it. The small rake/draw angle is not too extreme for me. Just about perfect for yours truly. The Colt snubbie holsters...I think they need to advertise the crossdraw holster. The crossdraw can be carried near the appendix while driving and it doesn't dig into the belly at all. It can be scooted back to the waist when walking around for more concealment and I can still draw from it. The Face/Off holster...call me crazy but there might be a valid reason to carry the guns that way. When I put the Cobra and Agent back there (aluminum frame), they literally disappear. I can't feel anything at all, not even when sitting down. I can still draw from them (left hand draw needs some practice). Reholster is tricky but if I were to really have to draw the gun, reholstering is going to be the least of my concern. Yes, yes, back injury and all that but I'm not a cop. I'm not doing parkour all over the joint either. Maybe a single-gun SOB for a snubbie wouldn't be bad at all for those of us who don't anticipate in muy thai or MMA shootfighting at every street corner. I have a Galco SOB for my Colt Officer's ACP and I don't like it, but the snubbie configuration may be a more viable gun choice. BTW, I scratched the holsters a bit while doing some "ninja rolls". Dammit!!! But I gotta see if things would stay intact under duress. I didn't do the "ninja rolls" with the Face/Off holsters though.