If you want a holster that fits guns with accessories, and/or is adjustable (so you can use the same holster for multiple guns), then I definitely recommend it. I'll try to give a decent description since I can't put up pictures. There's 5 main components to the holster.
1: The main body that holds the gun, the outside is completely covered in velcro (loops) and the inside is somewhere between rubber and velvet, with a smooth plastic strip along where the gun's sights would run. The material on the inside, kind of catches on to the gun which can slow down re-holstering depending on how tight its fitted. There's 4 slits (1 under the trigger guard, 1 in front of trigger guard, and 2 in front of the barrel) where you can use velcro straps to adjust for girth and length (or remove the straps entirely).
2: The back portion, which has the pieces allowing it to attach to MOLLE webbing is made of some rubbery fabric. The straps that route through the MOLLE webbing are the kind that you tuck back under themselves after routing them through. The MOLLE-compatible portion fits 4 MOLLE straps (about 4 inches). The whole piece velcros on to the holster body.
3: The front portion that velcros on to the opposite side, has the three velcro straps (visible in the picture) which adjust the tightness and girth of the holster as well as secure the back piece.
4: The thumb break straps are 2 separate pieces which Velcro on wherever you want them.
5: The Buckle retention strap (not ...