I recieved my new Quick Companion holster made by Grandfather Oak, yesterday. I intend to use it for IDPA. I'm VERY happy with the holster. For the money($35.00 w/S&H)) I can't imagine a better deal or Holster. I doubt if I spent more money I would recieve a holster that would out perform this holster,at least in my hands. I asked for and recieved a straight drop belt loop holster. I now think I may have been better served by the available FBI cant model. When I practice drawing I seem to grab a piece of the rear slide of the Steyr M9A1 along with the grip. I don't have this problem with my other guns. I think that because the Steyr's slide runs longer behind the grip this is contributing to the problem. When I force the holster to approximate a FBI cant I seem to grab the Steyr's grip more easily. Has any one experimented with the straight drop verses FBI forword cant designs when drawing the Steyr MA1 design? To Grandfather Oaks credit, they offered to change the Holster to the FBI cant if I wanted. I will keep the straight drop and work with it. For there VERY reasonable cost ordering another Grand Father Oak holster with the FBI cant wouldn't be such a bad thing.