Awhile ago I would swear I read a GT thread that said new Gen4 trigger bars had the, 'sear tab' (The part of the sear plate that actually makes contact with the striker lug) more sharply bent upward and were slightly longer than the older 3rd generation trigger bars. Am I hallucinating or did I, somehow, get this mixed up? Do the tabs on Gen4 trigger bars have more of an angle to them; or are they slightly longer? Believe me, I've looked for the original thread; but, so far, I haven't been able to find it. Any help would be appreciated - Thanks! PS: Yes, I already know about the addition of a, 'bump' on Gen4 FP safety cams. I have a similar bump on my 3rd generation G-21 trigger bars. In fact as one of these G-21's approaches 20,000 fired rounds, I've also noticed very slight peening that - while not identical to the peening that occurs on many G-22's - seems to be caused by the same recoil vibration anomaly. I'm, also, aware of the new, 'bent tails' on Gen4 trigger bars, too. What I can't find any information on is the sear tabs.