The only 3-screw Ruger I have left is an older 4 5/8" .357/9mm Convertible. I miss the older BH's that slipped away over the years.
I bought a 7 1/2" SBH just after they released the New Model. Excellent finish. Yes, the square trigger guard was less friendly to my middle finger than the standard rounded design, and I was an avid handloader who shot a LOT of "Keith" loads.
I eventually had to have Ruger re-machine the spot for the cylinder pin screw stop, due to it jumping out under recoil (and allowing the transfer bar to jam up against the firing pin, from underneath), but it was an easy modification for them and the problem was resolved. (This wasn't an unknown issue with the early New Model, as I recall.)
Some years later I picked up a 4 5/8" blued BH .44 Magnum, which I thought was a handy model run, and which I actually liked better than the SBH (if only because of the grip and trigger guard). If it would have had the same high polished blued finish of my SBH, I'd probably have kept it, but it went away for a trade (for something I can't after all these years).
I also always preferred shooting heavy medium & big bore loads out of a BH or SBH than my DA revolvers, too.
I have a 4 5/8" New Model Convertible BH in .45 Colt/.45 ACP, but I've always kind of hoped I'd stumble across another Old Model BH Convertible .45 Colt/.45ACP 4 5/8".
Ditto another .41 Magnum. I don't miss the .30 Carbine, so much.