Holsters are very much a personal choice. Advice on what works for others is great - keep it coming! - but you won't know what you like 'til you try it. Trust me, I'm 65 and have carried professionally for 40 years now, and have so many holsters that I have them boxed by category: revolver, semi, and uniform duty. Oh, and then there's the box (and one nightstand drawer) filled with the ones I use the most. (I never get rid of them... never know when a friend might want one or something. Plus I'm kind of a hoarder of gun stuff.) And don't sacrifice comfort, ever. Ever! Kydex is popular, but if it hurts to use it, don't! Even a poorly-placed leather holster can hurt. Trust me, it'll pay off later in life. I have nerve and muscle problems and a permanent "dent" in my hip from years of high-ride holsters pressed into unforgiving car seats that were chosen by low bid. Bottom line, don't stop trying to find the perfect one! Aloha!