I initially put a NY1 spring in my GEN3 G26 because I liked the idea of having a spring that wouldn't go bad for a carry gun. OK, I really, really, really wanted to like the spring but I shot pretty poorly (worse than normal ) using the OEM 5.5 connector. I did grip exercises for a while and tried again. No dice! So I took it out. I didn't want to use a different (3.5) connector because of it being a carry weapon. But I've seen a lot of folks who use the NY1 and 3.5 connector and really like that setup. I read Glock recommends/allows that for a carry gun now. So I put that combination in my G26 last night and it seemed OK. Gonna go shoot it tomorrow but I'm curious why people really like this setup. Besides the durability of the spring, is there another reason you prefer this? To me, it seems very similar to the 5.5 OEM trigger with a barely noticeable "tock" reset instead of the normal tactile "click" that the OEM setup gives. I fooled myself before with the 5.5 connector and NY1 spring so I have to actually go fire the gun to see if this newer combination is "all that". Thanks for any opinions.