So, I have gained a bit of weight over the last months (home too much and stress snacking while trying to find a new job). Since I tend to always carry OWB, with the added weight, I am noticing I am printing more than my 6’6” Frame would typically. Anyhow, just a few observations; first, and we all know, the two things that heighten printing or not printing is both holster choice and butt profile (gun, not personal butt...well, for the most part). My V-Bob in my favorite Tucker Gun Leather holster is far and away the best combo. It’s ride, cant and design coupled with the bobtail of the V-Bob make it just disappear. The down side is that when I am driving the butt tends to dig into my ribs a bit due to the high ride. My P320 conceals pretty well in an El Paso Saddlery High Slide holster, but it becomes a bit uncomfortable after a while due to the barrel digging into my hip a bit. My Cook’s kydex is great for all day comfort but due to the lower ride and a minimal cant the butt tends to poke out a bit. The profile of the kydex does make the gun profile disappear, and as I have said in other post when I am on my motorcycle I like the positive retention of a kydex holster. Not that retention on my leather holsters is bad, but that confident “click” into place with the kydex is nice. All in all, I still prefer the V-Bob and Tucker’s for concealability and all day comfort. He makes an outstanding holster!