I took advantage of the group buy and got some PT nights installed on my M9. I went with the 2 Dot Bar configuration. Turnaround time was nine days including time in transit, and total cost was $81. Side profiles: The rear sight has defined edges to it, but I don't believe they'll snag on clothing. Camera focused on rear sight: Camera focused (more or less) on front sight: That was with the camera fairly close. At arm's length, the front sight fills the notch in the rear sight much more. Here's what they look like in low light. This is really two pics photochopped together so both front & rear sights appear roughly in focus: This was more like arm's length away; notice how there's less space around the front sight. I think one of the reasons it took me a while to get used to the original trap sights was that they had quite a bit of daylight around the front triangle. I *think* the PTs will help with my shooting precision. Here they are in as dark an environment as I could reasonably get in my apartment: The previous pics are fairly close up. This one is resized to be more like actual size sight picture, assuming you use a screen resolution of 72 dpi. If you sit so your monitor is as far away from your eyes as your gun is when you shoot, this should be close to actual size: Miscellaneous observations... one of the two orange tritium vials appears to be inserted a bit farther into the body of the rear sight than the other. I don't think it will be a distraction at the range, and it is completely imperceptible in the dark. Also, it will be interesting to see if it shoots POA=POI because the front sight appears to be installed just a tiny bit off center. A quick & dirty measurement with dial calipers indicates this to be in the range of .015" (less than 0.5 mm). But I'll have to wait to see how they shoot. Hoping to make a range trip this weekend!