I recently purchased a Beretta PX4 Storm Sub Compact 9mm for my wife. She turned her nose up at it, too black or who knows why women make the choices they do? So, no big deal, one more gun for me. I decided to incorporate this gun into my daily life by modifying a BlackHawk Serpa II with several feet of two inch Velcro. I am a below knee amputee and with minimal changes to the Serpa holster, I have 18 rounds of Hydra Shok 9mm right below my knee. I prefer the weight higher, to minimize the swinging effect of a pretty heavy sub compact pistol. Love the locked in feature of the Serpa II holsters. Stays put no matter what, unless you need it, then it slides out easy. This is not as fast an acquisition as a IWB holster, but because of my available resources, why not take advantage of the available location? Sitting in a office chair, or my truck, this location is easier to get to. Does not pull down on my pants, and is ready in public restrooms without fussing with it. If I need to remove it, the Velcro straps are easy off and back on again. May lower it slightly and further inset it into the leg over the next few days to remove some printing.