I know this is risky to ask in a S&W section of the forums, but here goes..I'm a Glock fan (big time) and also love 1911s. I would love a .45 in a striker-fired format but cannot abide the size of the grip of the G21 (even the SF is too big). Working in firearms retail, I get to handle everything and absolutely love the way the M&P and Taurus 24/7 OSS fit in my hand. They both just feel great. I'm leaning towards the M&P, but have noticed that most have absolutely terrible triggers when new (based on my dry-firing most every M&P that comes through the shop). They fell like somebody ground up glass and spread it over the internals of the gun. In looking at a field stripped gun I think I know why this is happening. I believe the engagement angle of the vertical extension of the trigger bar against the firing pin safety is a little too severe but that it should probably smooth out with use, but I'm not certain. Also not interested in taking any kind of machine to the internals on a new firearm. The Taurus has a very crisp SA trigger pull and a very short reset. It also has a smooth DA option and re-strike capability, which I like in theory but am not sure about in practice. So my question is...which one and why? Not interested in Taurus bashing about customer service as I am very familiar and comfortable with the customer service provided by both manufacturers. Also not worried about fit and finish as I get to examine the product before I take delivery. What I am interested in is your experience with the trigger on the M&P (does it smooth out and how long does it take) and if anybody here has owned BOTH guns and what their experience has been with each. Wanna kill these ads? We can help!