So thankfully I've never actually needed to use a firearm for self defense but I do have a couple dedicated home defense guns. So excuse me if this question sounds idiotic lol. On my 590a1 I just finished putting a red dot/ghost ring co-witness setup on it and took it out back shooting for a couple hours today. I absolutely love the red dot (swampfox sentinel). But it sits high enough that I don't get a great cheek weld. Even the factory ghost rings are a bit high for me for some reason. On a hunting gun I'd slap a cheek riser on it and call it good but obviously on a hunting gun I'm not worried about being fast or needing to maneuver. Putting it on a defense gun I can't help but think the cheek riser would be cumbersome when I need to get my gun up and fire quickly. I also have never really seen anyone use a riser on a defense gun so my question comes down to this. Is it more important that I use a riser to achieve a perfect cheek weld? Or more important that I keep the gun as simple as possible for maneuverability?