Remember that there is NO PERFECT HOLSTER!...trust me, If I made one. Id sell the design and just retire :D
Look for a holster that suits your needs, meaning...if its for short bursts of carrying then get a single clip IWB for convenience..if its for all day comfort then get a dual offset loop IWB for comfort and stability. Cant has to match your carry location to make the draw smooth and natural...rd ht has to match your build and the holster design has to work with your guns details.
Its not rocket surgery...some makers would have you believe its part college degree, part astrophysics and part waving a majic wand to get a great holster to work.
Hell, what has taught me is all of the great instruction Ive had over the years from the "Big Boys" and from there, all of the ones Ive screwed up!!!....LOL :D
Look for a maker who will work with you and go from there.
Thanks for the kind words.........God bless
I have a thread about my new IWB Holster for my Glock 19. The link is below and it will fit a Glock23. Maybe you'd be interested in what Dave at Little Bear Holsters has to offer.
+1 M-Tac IWB or Crossbreed.