Seems like there's been a little more interest in the Crossbreed QwikClip here on Defensivecarry.com, but for some reason there is a shortage of pics of them in action and reviews. I just purchased one for my LCR and this is what I've come up with.
I actually thought it was significantly smaller than the Crossbreed SuperTuck, but it's almost the same size.
Ruger LCR + CB Qwik Clip Advantages:
Comfortable: it is light weight and contoured to my body well after a couple of days of wearing the new holster in the heat against my bare side.
Concealable: It only has one anchor that attaches to your belt, but still manages to stay in place and not rock back and fourth. It is also tuck-able, which is a must for me because I carry at work daily. All you can see is the one clip.
The 4:30 position-just behind the hip- is by far the most concealable and comfortable position for sitting and standing for the QwikClip. I've seen some people ask if you could carry it Appendix style, I would have to say no, Even with the LCR, the holster is just too big and bulky for that in my opinion. It seems that it was designed for about 4-5:30 positions.
Draw is fast from 4:30, and retention is low.
The only thing I do not like about the LCR+ Qwikclip Combo is that the rubber grip On the LCR tends to grab your shirt and make a pretty catastrophic print if you do any kind of bending down and sitting to standing like so:
But this is a problem with the firearm, not the holster.
All in all, I love this holster and think its perfect with a light-weight firearm being warn at the 4:30 position. Comfort, concealment, and rapid access. Hope this has been helpful, if you have any questions, please ask!!