Hmmmmm. . . Guess I'm the only one who thought this was interesting. . .
So far, I've been through two other holsters before I got to the one's mentioned, well, bragged about, above.
My first was a Fobus paddle holster, as it was about the only thing they had where I bought the Glock. It did hold the weapon close in tight, but half the time, a draw would bring the holster out with the Glock still in it, and the paddle pressed right on a pressure point. With the paddle-type mag carrier on one side and the Glock on the other, seems I lost access to both my back pockets! Getting a better belt did help keep the holster in place, though.
Second holster was a SERPA. I liked the retention that released during a "normal" draw without any extra movements. Just keeping the trigger finger extended along side the trigger guard put the release tab right under my finger tip. Problem with that one was that it was sort of bulky, and even when worn on the belt, it didn't pull in very tight against the body.
But now that I have both a Laredo Defender and a Monarch shoulder rig, I don't think my "holster box" is going to get any bigger.
And uh, just for the record, that sourdough bread came out pretty well.
Spring Hill, FL