I've been patronizing this one shop for the past year, and usually when I go there I have a specific product in mind. Sometimes, however, I just go to "look" (we all know how that turns out, LOL), starting with the used case, migrating toward the new SIGs and 1911's and wheel guns, but always end up gravitating toward the CZ section for some reason. Due to some shuffling and trading recently, all my handguns at the moment are .45acp. Last time I was in the shop I checked out a CZ 97 BD; really nice, but didn't want to spend the coin on a new one. Now, my only real carry gun is a SIG P220 Compact, and am thinking about something maybe a little lighter that allows me to carry up to the state-mandated maximum 10+1 rounds instead of just 6+1, so that means 9mm. I had fondled the CZ 75 compact and the P01 BD and Omega a few times, and am just impressed by the way they melt into my hand. What great feeling little guns. Once again, each time I was there for something else specifically and didn't want to shell out extra for an additional pistol purchase. But they really did look and feel impressive, and I was more impressed by the trigger feel on the Omega. I've decided that my next gun will be a CZ. So, questions for you CZ guys... What exactly, and how useful, is the Omega "Convertible" feature? How well do these shoot compared to the non-Omega models? And of course, how well does it carry IWB?