I have been very pleased with the holster as well, but I only have a couple hundred draws from it at this point. It is certainly fast, secures well to the belt and holds the handgun plenty tight to keep it in the holster. Originally when it first came in the mail it had the paddle attached and although I generally like the Safariland paddle design it made the holster ride very high on the belt. I switched it out for the standard belt attachment and all has been well since. The holster location in relation to the belt line is about perfect for me. I do have some concern about the felt lining coming loose after some hard use, and many, many draw strokes, but hopefully my fears are unfounded.
The handgun, my recently acquired Beretta 96D is going to take some getting used to. It has been rock solid in the 200 or so rounds I have put through it, but it is definitely a different beast than I am used to. I put in on the clock yesterday and my splits are hovering around 0.30 seconds with the long DAO trigger on a 8.5"x11" target at 7 yards. My fastest recorded split so far has been 0.27 seconds. I hope to get it down to 0.20 seconds as I get more trigger time in. My reloads are right around 2.00 seconds, with a fasted reload of 1.71 seconds so far. My average reload on my Glock 22 was 1.90 seconds, so I have some time to burn off the reload. I am not sure if maybe the tenth or so I am missing is in a slower first shot after the reload.