Do we still learn to shoot revolvers with two different grips? (Thumb alongside frame for single and down on the logo disk for 2X?) Is the pinky-finger still supposed to, "go along for the ride," exerting no pressure anywhere? I'm asking to see if there's a new way of looking at this because I've got, "which grips are best," disease, bad. I like the issue target stocks but they block ejection. The small, service-stocks give me the best feel of the frame but I keep winding my pinky around the bottom of the frame/grip. (I get best feel of the trigger with these but the gun gets a lot of side-to-side play and it jumps the worst with magnum loads.) The thumb-rests work very well on the range but they SURE block ejection and make left hand shooting harder than it should be. The Hogue's seem to do everything I want but, ... they look too Glock-ish to suit me! What should I do!? (I know, buy a Government .45 and sleep well - thanks alot, Pal!) Over?