Hi guys, I'm looking to transition from a Glock 23 to a Sig 229R DAK and wanted to know if anyone has had any firsthand experience doing this very same thing. I'm also considering moving from .40sw to .357sig. My first delimma is the trigger. I wanted something with a constant weight throughout the pull and wanted to avoid the conventional DA/SA. I've gotten accustomed to the stock trigger on my Glock and don't want to have to learn something completely new. The second delimma is the caliber. Shooting .40 from my Glock could sometimes be harsh, depending on the ammo used. I've practiced with it alot and for the most part, have gotten use with it, but in the back of my mind, I'm still thinking there "might" be something better for me. Have you ever had that feeling? I was looking at ballistics tests for the .357sig today, and I found it pretty amazing, but how would shooting .357sig out of a metal gun compare to shooting .40 out of a lighter, "plastic" gun? And then there's always 9mm. I don't have a problem with 9mm. It's cheap and readily attainable from pretty much anywhere. I'd especially love to hear from anyone that's done the exact same thing I'm considering. There's nothing wrong with my Glock. It's been 100% reliable from day one; I'm just feeling that there may be something more suited for me. I'm looking forward to your responses. Thanks!