I picked up my DE 1911 this afternoon and snapped a few pics. I never thought I'd see an Israeli 1911, but now I find one sitting on my carpet. All jokes about the rollmark and the terrible marketing slogan aside, this is a well done $700 1911. A typical 1911, especially in this price range has a trigger weight of about 4.5-5lbs. The Desert Eagle's trigger is quite a bit lighter than the masses, as in at least a pound, maybe a pound and a half. It also has a crisp break. It was very surprising how nice the trigger is. Its certainly the best trigger, by far, of all my 1911s in this price range or even a little higher. The actual gun looks nicer then the model depicted in the AD. As you can see, mine does not have front cocking serrations. Also, the AD shows a thumb safety, plunger tube, and slide release that don't match the rest of the gun. However, those parts do match on mine. Sure, the rollmark really hurts, but the right side of the gun is very clean without an ambi safety or those front serrations.