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I had both for a G19 and very much preferred the Mini. The Standard is huge, and the Mini offered plenty of support. There was no difference in comfort for me, but the Mini was easier to remove/install. The biggest thing to watch out for is the spacing of the belt clips working with the belt loops on the pants you wear. With that in mind, I bought both. I got lucky and they both worked with the pants I normally wear, so I quickly sold the Standard.
 

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I still find the Mini to be kind of a pain to install/remove. I'm not sure exactly what the issue is. I think it may be a combination of it still being a little overly-wide, and the belt clips, which I do not like. Stealthgear should use countersunk belt clip holes and flush screws. Their screws not being flush adds a little to the install/remove difficulties, because the screws kind of snag the belt when installing the holster. I replaced my belt clips with Comp-Tac belt clips. You can also use the Comp-Tac V-clips (Velcro) with a Velcro-lined belt and have a tuckable IWB with belt clips that are pretty much invisible.

I actually find a Comp-Tac MTAC holster to be more comfortable to wear, and much easier to install/remove. For me, it is the perfect width.

The only reason I have a Stealthgear is because I wanted something waterproof for when I am carrying IWB and stand a chance of getting really wet. The leather backing on the Comp-Tac, as comfortable and durable as it is, is something I don't want to get soaked in water.
 
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