I'm a fan of the KISS philosophy, but I also think it's important to be able to mount a flashlight on a weapon. I don't want to use a fully railed forend though. Tried it, and while it looks "cool", I found it added too much weight and was not very ergonomic. I've seen pictures of what look like standard handguards with a short rail segment (1.5-2") at the front of the HG offset at an angle to clear the front sight tower. Something like that would be perfect for mounting a Streamlight pistol flashlight (or equal). Has anyone seen/tried a setup along these lines, and if so, how did it perform? I'm wondering if this is a replacement handguard, or if the user is drilling a standard handguard to accept an aftermarket rail segment? If the latter, how hard is it to align the rail with the bore axis since the HG has a slight taper? If anyone can shed some light on this for me, I'd appreciate it.