Some people here are aware of the fact that I had been contemplating the purchase of a small auto. Something along the lines of the Walther PPK, or Bersa. Not being comfortable with a true pocket gun, I wanted something I could carry IWB very comfortably. Due to the thickness of the glock, coupled with the width of a holster, IWB with this combo was just not going to work. Plus, I was having trouble with going below 9mm for my carry needs. My airweight J frames are remarkably versatile, but I wanted something as my primary gun that I did not have to make compromises for. Sooo, the wife and I went out a couple of weeks ago, and decided to carry my g26. I knew for comfort It would be an OWB kinda day, so I went down stairs and went rummaging thru a footlocker filled with every holster I ever had. I picked out an old Don Hume pancake for a g19 or 23 and decided to try it. The g26 fit the holster, and was just a little short, but otherwise a good fit. I was wearing a pair of shorts and polo pull over shirt, and to my amazement, when I placed the holster in the 4 to 5 oclock position, it completely disappared. I remember 25 years ago, when I first started in LE, that was pretty much our only option. Shoulderholsters were out of favor, but the pancake was in and the perscribed holster for concealment. I honestly dont know why I ever got away from it. The highride placement puts the but of the pistol next to your ribs, and the design pulls the gun in close, and the contour of the holster slowly integrates with the natural shape of the body. I can wear it all day, standing , sitting. or driving and never have any problems or feel uncomforable. Now that I look at all the new fangled kydex, and plastic paddle holsters I have been using over the last several years, it is no wonder I was considering a downsize for comfort. So for those of you who are looking for a new way to carry a larger gun more comfortably, it might be better to look at something old.