Guys, I've used Crossbreed Supertuck and a Blade Tech UCH for circumstances when I had to carry IWB and with a tucked shirt. I don't think I'm alone when I say tucking a shirt into a tuckable holster is an unpleasant exercise to say the least. Well that has all changed.
Several pages back someone recommended a belly band holster. As unappealing as that name sounds, I was intrigued and found one at amazon.com. $25 was a reasonable investment risk, I thought. OK, it turned out to be really good. More trouble to put on than a simple IWB clip holster like the Don Hume 715 or Comp-Tac Infidel, but no more than the tuckable holsters. It does a credible job of holding the gun close for good concealment, too. The surprise came to me yesterday, though. This thing is the easiest way to carry under a tucked shirt, because the BB is attached to you rather than your belt, so you put this on, then button your shirt and pants, and your shirt gets tucked in just like you had no gun at all.
Sorry for the excess enthusiasm. This was such major good news to me, I had to pass it on.