I'm looking at three IWB holsters...
Comp-Tac: C-TAC - I like the adjustable height & cant, and the way the tabs seem to allow some flexibility for sitting vs. standing. Not sure how the holster itself will feel against my side/hip.
Comp-Tac: Gurkha - Has the 'wing' that would seem to give flexibility. No adjustments for height or cant.
Tucker Gunleather: The Answer - The flat piece of leather looks like it will be comfortable against my side/hip. The clips are also adjustable for height & cant. Not as much apparent 'give' for sitting, but similar to other holsters that are very popular.
TSC Holsters: UCR - Not as well known at the other two. (http://www.threatsolutions.com/IWBindex.html) Has a larger piece of kydex that curves around the hip/side (compared to the C-TAC). Does not have adjustable height or cant.
KyTac: Braveheart - Also probably not as well-known (http://www.kytac.com/page3.html). As I look at Comp-Tac's page, it is similar to their Gurkha. (I guess I should add that one too.) A "wing" that helps stabilize along with one clip on the holster itself. No height/cant adjustments.
What experience do people have with these?