I got this a few days ago. When I opened the package and tried it on, I noticed (of course) that it needed some adjusting. Unlike my last product from Condor, (which after being adjusted to the point where I literally ran out of adjustable straps and had to DUCT TAPE the slack) did not fit, I was pleasantly surprised to learn that UTG still made quality products. Adjusting the holster to fit your gun is as simple as opening the holster itself, placing your gun inside, and refolding the holster over it to insure a secure fit. This holster will accommodate small framed handguns such as my MK.I and (my baby) the USP up to larger framed handguns like my MK.23 as well as a Desert Eagle. Once I got the straps fully adjusted and the holster squared away, I ended up with some slack on the leg straps. I decided that the slack was unacceptable as it looked unprofessional and brushed past my legs annoyingly. Unlike my Condor chest rig, this was a very simple fix. I took off the holster, cut off the slack, leaving about 2-3 inches left, and melted the cut edges of the straps over with a match to prevent fraying.
I also noticed that this gun has a retention strap (a button) as well as a velcro strap to go over the retention strap. I personally found the velcro made too much noise and was a hassle to get around if I needed to access my sidearm, so I folded that back over into the holster. This left a bit of slack on the retention strap that secures your sidearm. Being so stiff the slack becomes a valuable asset rather than a hindrance, as this allows you to simply slide your hand up with your thumb pointing outwards to quickly undo the retention strap while at the same time grabbing your sidearm, allowing for a fast, fluid transition to your pistol, which I find to be quicker and more efficient than a buckle. It does weigh a bit down on your waist though, even with the leg straps adjusted. You must also keep in mind that this may interfere with you using your right pocket due to its placement.
Wearing this holster will make you look VERY professional, even in jeans. Taking it off is very simple. You can either take off the holster as a whole, or unbuckle the holster from your belt. I have not tried any accessories with it but I'm confident it can accommodate most things you can attach to a sidearm. I would definitely recommend this product as it is cost effective and very functional. I would NOT recommend that you carry your sidearm in your pocket because it's prone to malfunction, and having a meltdown in your pocket SUCKS even worse than an accidental discharge. Overall I give it an 8/10. -2 for slack and the slight weight.