Stop looking when you find something that works? Or try something new?
I've been giving some thought to the idea of how we decide our "kit" is good enough. I have the type of job where I spend a lot of time not actually working because I don't do anything until something breaks. Because of this I spend a lot of time reading forums and articles. I have a collection of links in my bookmarks folders to TONS of stuff that I thought to myself "Id like to try that" or "That looks pretty cool" Some items are kind of out there but others are EDC items. For example, holsters. Two holsters have caught my attention recently.
Slim IWB Holster EC Mikes Special
Tuckable Kydex and Leather Holsters: Silent Thunder Fusion Model | Garrett Holsters
Both look pretty cool. The problem? There's nothing wrong with my current holster. I have no complaints. Could one of these other holsters be better (IE more comfortable, better concealment, etc)? Quite possibly. Or they could be worse. So I guess my question is this. When you find something that works do you just stick with it or are you always evaluating other options?