The quickdraw shield text is a bit confusing
Benefit: If you have a base attack bonus of +1 or higher, you may don or put away a quickdraw shield as a swift action combined with a regular move. If you have the Two-Weapon Fighting feat, you can draw a light or one-handed weapon with one hand and a quickdraw shield with the other in the time it would normally take you to draw one weapon. If you have the Quick Draw feat, you may don or put away a quickdraw shield as a free action.
What does the "regular move" part mean? Do you need to use the move action as part of donning the shield? In that case, donning a regular shield is already a move action, so what's the benefit? Does it just mean that you can still make a move action with this shield, or does it mean that you must make a move action and can't take a full-round attack?
To give a specific example, I have a character with gloves of storing. In the gloves is a 1H weapon. I want to be able to:
- Sheath my 2H weapon (move action)
- Don the quickdraw shield (swift action)
- Bring my 1H weapon from my gloves (free action)
And also reverse that:
- Stow my 1H with the gloves (free action)
- Stow the quickdraw (swift action)
- Draw my 2H weapon (move action)