I should be getting my CCW license in the next few weeks, so I'm getting serious about holster shopping. This will be the first time I've ever carried, so I'm still unsure how to make this hunk of metal concealed and relatively comfortable. I'm 5'4", 125lb. female, and I'll be carrying a Sig P230. I picked up a Galco Stow-N-Go the other day, just to have something simple while I'm figuring out what I really want, and one major thing I noticed about it is that even when the gun is concealed, I can usually still see the big square clip through my shirt. It's too wide and sticks out too far and is right on top of the gun. What would be better is a similar simple design but with an offset clip (or leather loop(s), preferably, since I almost always wear a brown belt). I haven't seen many like that that also have adjustable cant and ride, though, which I think would be best for me because I may try different carry positions depending on what I'm wearing and what I'm doing on a particular day, or just while I'm getting a feel for what's most comfortable/concealable for me. If I can do that without buying half a dozen different holsters I'd really like to. I do have my eye on the Fist Adjustable IWB, which seems to have what I want. I've looked at a lot of different holsters over the last week or so and this one seems like the best for what I'm looking for. But I wanted to know if anyone here could clue me in to anything else I may have overlooked that has the features I have in mind, which are leather, adjustable cant and ride, and loops that are offset from the bulk of the gun. It doesn't need to be tuckable (I don't remember the last time I tucked in a shirt) and I'd probably prefer it not to be, since it might be a little thicker if it was. I'd also really appreciate some suggestions on where to get a good casual-style belt for a female, and where to get decently priced magazine holsters. Fist wants $40 for an IWB mag holster and that seems a little steep to me. Do most people even carry extra magazines? Maybe I don't really need one.