Good subject and I see no reason for anyone to comment badly about your writeup. I would like to comment on trigger pull being light. When I purchase a firearm described as custom its more marketing and sales talk. The firearm offered as custom has just more time spent on it to insure quality, it can be provided without using custom.(my opinion) Now for the trigger pull issue, when I order my Wilson it is built under their internal specifications and the trigger pull comes out to be about 3.5 > 3.75#. It feels very good to me and I don't want to change it because I would then be changing how the gun was mfg. If I keep my finger off the trigger when drawing it will never fire, so if the pull is 10# or 3.5# I will never let one fly when I shouldn't if I keep my finger from the trigger. Now here in California when you apply for a ccw you must have your gun inspected by the sherrif department. Trigger pull must be >4.0#. To meet their requirements I must upset the safety and securty of my firearm as delivered by the mfg. To me this is wrong for a government to tell you how your firearm is configured, to me it would be unsafe to modify the mfg setting. I know and have heard it all from the experts about just bending this or that and its not a problem; but to me it is a problem. This is being forced upon me by Law Enforcement and I don't work for them. I hope comments are geared toward tech application. Thank you all, just my opinion about things.