Once this warmer weather phase passes through (usually does not last long in the northwest) I intend to carry a larger revolver OWB and concealed by a sport coat or jacket. Normally, I have always used a strong side holster combination if I was not pocket carrying. I saw an El Passo holster recently that also allows cross drawing: http://www.epsaddlery.com/pc-74-9-double-agent-dual-position-holster.aspx Now, I think this looks interesting...I could use it while driving in a car...but then, I thought it might just work with the sport jacket. Cross draw seems kind of...natural with a coat covering. It seems so much easier to "uncover" or draw back the jacket with the weak hand as the strong hand seeks the pistol grip...yeah, very natural. Does this seem like a viable option or is this wasted motion vs. comfort in a real time situation? Does anybody else use a large revolver from a cross draw configuration? Cross draw shoulder holster configuration? Would love feedback...pro and con.