Mas, thanks again for your time and making your wealth of knowledge and experience so readily accessible. I know any trigger modifications that reduce trigger pull weight can be dangerous both in safe handling and in court, so I've left my trigger weight stock on my Glock 29. However, recently I duplicated this modified trigger housing that is sold on the aftermarket to reduce trigger over-travel. Basically, it does two things: one, when my trigger breaks, it stops right there (no over-travel). Second, it shortens the distance of the trigger reset. Can you think of any reason this would cause me grief in court? I know it would be best to leave it stock, but I shoot so much better without the over-travel and with the short reset. Thanks!