Hi, I have a Glock 19 (my first and only Glock so far) and I was a dedicated 1911 shooter. When I first got the Glock, I hated the trigger just dry-firing it. I immediately installed a Ghost 3.5 Rocket connector. I fit it with an extra 1/1000" of over-travel just for reliability sake. I loved it. Super smooth trigger pull with no discernable "staging" as with the stock set-up and no over-travel. Very accurate and very fast.
After reading this forum, I decided to install a Glock factory 3.5# connector. I didn't care for it at all. It had the same two stage trigger feel as the stock 5# connector and excessive over-travel. I immediately switched back to the Ghost Rocket.
The Ghost connector also appeared to have a superior finish than the Glock piece.
I am not sure if the difference between the two is only the over-travel stop that the Ghost Rocket has, or if it has something to do with the geometry of the two connectors. Held side by side, the angles of the two appeared identical.
Has anyone else noticed the same in comparison? Does anyone know what accounts for this, or is it just the over-travel?
My personal experience says that the Ghost Rocket is a good piece and I like the method that they use to reduce over-travel: no altering of the frame or screws to back out.