Oh, man. Sorry to cause a stir with my imprecise wording. I SHOULD have said that I would buy the Don Hume snap-on holster in the picture I posted if it had a forward cant. The problem with "security" wasn't the holster, it was the clip-on design. Although it's rare, my DH clip-on IWB can work itself up and off my belt, though usually only if I wear it anywhere forward of 3 o'clock.
So, my response to SigGuy229 was not intended to criticize his suggestion, but rather to ask if people thought it was necessary to leave the $40 price range (Don Hume) and go up to $80, i.e., if people thought there were problems with Don Hume holsters or those of similar price. My use of the word "reasonable" was admittedly vague. I guess I meant, I'm looking for an "L.L. Bean" holster (i.e., good, basic design, maybe not an heirloom but not junk), as opposed to a Filson (i.e., the best money can buy). But I can see why Jem102 saw my response to SigGuy229 as a criticism. No harm, no foul on anyone's responses. I'm grateful to everyone who chimed in and have a couple of good suggestions to work from now.
Oh, and someone asked what this would be used for: daily carry with a goal of strong concealment.