I used to question every one of these "night sights" discussions, but I try not to any more: It's futile, since nobody believes what I write about the subject.
I keep thinking, "OK—once more. But this is the last time." But, really, I guess that it's not.
"Night sights" do no good at all, in any real confrontation. If you can't see your sights, then you can't see your opponent either. Thus, you may be about to kill your daughter, as she creeps into the house from a late date. You don't need glow-in-the-dark sights, to identify her.
If it's that dark, you need a flashlight, not glow-in-the-dark sights.
If you can't see your sights clearly, but you can see the silhouette of your pistol, that silhouette is enough to usefully line-up a shot. You don't need glow-in-the-dark sights.
If it's really, really dark, your silly glow-in-the-dark sights will only rivet your eyes away from your intended target, since your eyes are naturally phototropic.
So, in answer to your question, my "Favorite Nite Sights" are the standard, dark, blued sights already on my pistol.
I strongly suggest that yours should be the same.