It is definately more comfortable in the back, but I find the handle sticks out just a bit too much for me when I bend slightly. I probably need to experiment with the cant and depth of the holster (which is quite adjustable) I also find that when sitting in the car, the strong side hip works a little better for me and is more accessible. I recognize that there is going to be some discomfort any way I carry a gun and there are compromises between concealing and comfort at times. I haven't had it long enough to exercise all the options, but so far this has worked for me.But wouldn't that holster be more comfy if you slid it around to like 4 o'clock? My Milt Sparks holster fit better back there, and my shirt "puffs" out more in the back than the side so it conceals a little better.
I think as far as tuckable holsters are concerned, this is going to be the best you will probably find for the FNP. As long as the visible clips don't bother you (works best with a black belt, or you can use the J clips which ride on the pants and behind the belt) it should have sufficient concealment. They also have an option for clips that use velcro with a velcro backed belt that still allows you to support the weapon on the belt, but keeps the clips hidden behind it. I find that keeping the shirt puffed and folded slightly over the belt works. I also wear my cell phone next to one of them which hides at least one. Oh I should mention there is a $5.00 off promotion code from this forum that you can use at checkout. I think you'll find it in the sponsors section. That covers any extra clips.My only concern is where I work, a tucked shirt is required. The pics. help ease my mind a little. $65.00 is a lot to spend on a holster that won't allow me to conceal at work.