Anybody else notice that the trigger bar has been redesigned in the Gen 4 G17 and G22? The striker safety cam now has a dimple on it similar to the one found in the G20, G21, G30, G29, and SF models. It is obviously there to help prevent the trigger bar from deflecting too far towards the slide when it contacts the plunger. I inspected my Gen 3 9mm's and none have this dimple, but only one of my guns deflects the trigger bar towards the slide when it hits the plunger - a G19. It still has what I consider a good trigger pull and still functions 100%. Both of my 10mm's deflect and hit the dimple thus still engaging the striker safety correctly. Although on my G29SF the dimple still does not prevent the trigger bar from dragging on the slide. (Very poor quality control IMO). My concern about the dimple is that it is peening the slide. I observed this on gen 4 G17 at the range yesterday with roughly 750 rounds through it. I had noticed it on my G29SF with about 400 rounds through it. I am familiar with the peening from the rails and it is no big deal, but the indention caused by the trigger bar raises upward into the channel on the slide where the rails ride - making the slide channels a few thousandths thinner in that spot. It could damage the rails IMO. My gut tells me this will become a problem. Hopefully these are isolated cases or this wear will have no bearing on the function of the weapon. I will hold off on the Gen 4 G17 until I see a few reach some higher round counts. Who else has seen this?