Congrats on your new companion. I should also commend you on your excellent taste. I too have a P2000SK in .40 / LEM.
Check out the Crossbreed Supertuck IWB holster. It's a combination kydex / leather holster. The leather extends up to totally keep the grip off your skin. Very good delivery time for me, only 3 weeks (last June.)
Make sure you check out using the longer magazines from either a P2000 or a USPc .40. Add one of HK's X-Grips to fill the gap between the bottom of the gun grip and the magazine's baseplate. For maximum CC, stay with the short (standard) magazine. For maximum grip and extra capacity (10 + 1), use the longer mag.
Also found that the grip method used with the SK is far more critical than the USPf .45. If you find yourself shooting to 7 o'clock, you might also check that you're using the pad of your index finger to pull straight back on the trigger, and your non-trigger hand to securely cup your trigger hand. One SK shooter had a serious 7pm pull until he started being very deliberate with setting a correct grip of the SK. Once that was done, VERY tight groups. The only flyers happened immediately after a relaxed moment with his grip. A quick reset of his grip brought everything back on target. (Can't tell you how long we were chasing the "dominant eye" possibility but his aim with the USPf was always strong. Just had a problem with the SK.)