If your EDC doesn't behave, then trade in the holster. A good holster will stay open and re-holster without any problems. The sad fact is that unless you're carrying a G**** or 1911 you will not have as many off-the-shelf holster choices. GOOD NEWS is that most of the custom makers will make you one for whatever EDC you carry. At about the same price as the of-the-shelf ones.
The gun is a S&W 908. There doesn't seem to be a lot of holster options for this, so I'm thinking about treating myself to an M&P 9c. The fact that the holster doesn't do easy 1-handed reholstering doesn't help when it comes to practicing...spend far more time re-holstering than holstering.
A tighter shirt doesn't work. You'll print all the time. Blousing your shirt is the proper technique and you look like you're doing it correctly. Drawing from a tuckable holster is NEVER going to be "fast." So you need to work on your S/A so that an ultra fast speed draw isn't going to be required. With great S/A, IF the SHTF you will already have your hand on your weapon.
I've been tucking in my shirt since I was in 3rd grade, carrying a cellphone/PDA on my belt since I was 16, and carrying a multitool since I was 19. After all these hears, wearing an untucked shirt just feels unnatural.
I am slightly flaring my shirt out so that I've got some extra room to prevent printing (normally I don't do this when not carrying). Any idea if keeping the shirt tighter works better.