Hi, Guys. I'm going to buy an XD45 Compact for concealed carry, and I'd like to hear from other big fellows what has worked for them. I'm 6'1, 260, and I need to lose 50 pounds. So, an IWB, no matter how great it works for a 160-pounder, it's not gonna work for me. I'd like a paddle design, something I could slip off my belt when visiting the bank and easy to slip back on, afterwards. Or, I'm open to suggestions. I wear a strong side holster for range work with an H&K Tactical USP, and I used to wear XD's (Fobus) supplied holster when shooting my XD9 (my wife has claimed this piece for her own). My concealed carry is a pocket pistol, and I've never carried heavier pistols. I know these forums inevitably have some guy's pictures of the 40 oz. Colt 1911 he carries on his hip, the Kimber .45 in his crossdraw, and the .357 mag S&W revolver in his pocket. Not to mention knives, lights, extra mags, and continued arsenals in briefcases or fanny packs. Personally, I believe each one of these folks must have seen some heavy stuff go down, or they're completely paranoid about every breath. I know we have to remain alert, but this is not me. So, I'm looking for something truly concealable with a shirt untucked, or tucked with a light vest over it etc. The Comp-Tac might work. Something thin, light, unbulky. I live in the Asheville, NC, area; so, if there's someone here with a drawer full of discarded holsters, I'd be up for trying some of those out, too. Thanks.