Fellow Sub 2K Owners, New member... Recently, while enjoying my sub 2K, gen 2, at the range, I thought how no it would be if it had a better/more ergonomic cheek rest. To the best of my research, I haven't found anything online that anyone has tried to do what I came up with, so I'm posting this to show you all what I did, to see what people think about it, and to see if someone else might have a better/more elegant way of executing my concept. I dug into my closet and found my old CAA AR-15 stock saddle. After some rough dremel work, here's what I came up with (see pictures). Ignore the electrical tape, as it is only there temporarily, to hold it in-place, as a proof of concept. My plan is to affix the CAA saddle to the rubber buffer tube cover using a high-temperature resistant super glue. One of the screws of clamp of the stock saddle is inserted through the existing loop/hole in the factory stock (not sure what that loop/hole is actually intended for?). Also, I plan to put some kind of rubber (possibly a bicycle tire inner tube?) inside of the stock saddle, to make up for the difference in diameter between the AR-15 and sub 2K buffer tubes. By cutting away the right side of the stock saddle, it still gives me easy access to the charging handle and allows me to lock the bolt back. The rifle still folds in-half, but the very thin plastic of the stock saddle is just barely enough that the two halves no longer click/lock in the closed position (not a big deal, IMO). Bottom line is that it is definitely a more comfortable/more ergonomic cheek rest. It has the added benefit of giving you one storage tube, which you could keep batteries, cleaning supplies, etc inside.