Hello. I'm new to Glock Forum (as a member). Although I've read MANY posts on this website for a while, I decided to join tonight and make my fist post! I've owned my Glock 23 for about a year now and am just now able to spend more time shooting it. In researching Glock sights a while ago, I decided to go with the diamond Speed Sights. They work really well for me, but I have a question for those of you who are more experienced in fire arms than I. There seems to be two main types sights on the market (other than ghost rings, red dots, etc)....the Heinie types sights (or the XS Big Dot style), and then the typical 3 dot sight variations (like my Speed Sights). I'm very curious as to why there is no company that makes a hybrid sight of those two styles? (a "four" dot sight). Please correct me if I'm wrong, but wouldn't this offer the best of both worlds? Or at least allow someone to use one or the other, depending on the situation? If this is difficult to picture in your mind, I uploaded a pic of my "modified" Speed Sights so that you all can see what I'm talking about. This "modification" is NOT a working modification- it was just something I did real quick just to get an IDEA of what something like this would look like when aiming. I also did this so that I could post a pic online to see what experienced users think. This is NOT a permanent mod.....yet. While looking down these "modified" sights, it seems to make it easier and quicker for me to line up. I simply use the middle triangle point to quickly, and roughly, line to the front diamond bottom point (the way I would with Heinie sights). And then, for more accuracy, I can use the rear diamonds and front the way they're intended to be used (the way I would with 3-dot style sights). If anybody here on the forum would mind speculating as to why nothing like this exists on the market, and the possible downsides to something like this, please feel free to respond. It just seems to me, a hybrid style like this, would allow the best of both worlds. I am, however, probably missing a very important aspect and I'm going to be embarrassed for even thinking of this and posting the question with a pic. I look forward to being a part of the community!