Thanks Panhandle, this 1911 is my most carried one...besides a DAO AMT .40 in the pocket.
The holster does seem to be getting a bit better, but I haven't worn it a lot since I only have about 2 business casual pants, and blue jeans, that I can wear it with. I went back to mex carry for every day for now until I can get it functioning well...one "false" draw could have serious consequences. I did saddle soap the leather real well and I'll see how that works after wearing it at home for awhile.
Mark did include instructions for adjustment with the order...I really like the customer service attitude that they seem to project.
I also really like the leather I got from El Paso Saddlery for the .45 several years ago, and I emailed them recently asking about the specs. on one of their belts and never got a reply...has Tio Sam's legacy gone to crap on customer service?
So... I ordered a 1 1/2 belt from the Beltman and I really like it; it's almost as good as a 1 3/4 basket weave one I have that has no maker stamp on it and I forgot where I got it. The only reason it doesn't carry as well the basket weave is that it's not as wide, but it's just as thick. Good belt for business dress wear when a wider belt won't fit the belt loops.
As for getting used to the holster, I went to the range quite awhile back with a Constable that I used to work with at the police department, and another Constable was there with a plastic holster where you pushed your trigger finger on a button to release the weapon when you draw.
He had SEVERAL "false" draws...hung up on him. I saw him at the Courthouse the other day but didn't look at what he was carrying now.
Personally, I'd rather adjust the holster to the muscle memory that has developed over many years than try to adjust muscle memory to the holster.
That being said...I'll work with the Crossbreed for awhile. I like it except for maybe having to buy new pants.