How many of us think we're geniuses with the Glock because it is so simple and there are so many places on the web that we can learn from? C'mon, a show of hands, mine's up. So how many of you have done your own trigger jobs? How light can you get the trigger with 100% reliable function? I've worked on mine and I'm disappointed that I had two light strikes in 100 rounds with Win White Box. Here's what I have done: Polished internal contact surfaces with medium/fine knife sharpening stone and 10x loupe. Under 10x magnification I can see all the pits and nastiness from the factory. I can polish it smooth and keep it square. I did this where the trigger bar pushes the firing pin stop up. I did this on the contact surface between criciform/striker. I also did it where the end of the trigger bar is cammed down by the connector. Where the flat of the trigger bar and connector rub, I have polished the contact surfaces with flitz. I installed and fitted the 3.5 lb Ghost Rocket. I filed it until it would [dry] fire and then just a little more. I installed the Wolff reduced power striker spring. Any advice on a) getting the reliability to 100%, and b) getting the trigger lighter? Thanks.