Very nice job! I wondered how long it would take for this to happen. I am working on a hybrid holster design myself that leaves no doubt what is inside, but meets the law requirement. Just a couple of thoughts on possible improvements. Since speed of access is EVERYTHING, I think if you are going to use a key lock system, it should be on the top of the box, so the key can stay inside the lock when carrying, and only removed when not carrying. Tell me if I am wrong, but the law says it must be in a lockable box, it does not say the box has to be locked. Even if the law says it must be locked, a key in the lock in the closed position satisfies the law. That box could also serve as a mounting system for a small camera..... just thinking ahead for the inevitable LEO "meeting", at which point you would remove the key prior to LEO contact. I would also put one of those stickers on the box that say that "I do not ever consent to the search of the personal property inside this container or on my person", and then just shut up (which seems the hardest for most people to do)and say nothing about the contents.