I know this is risky to ask in a S&W section of the forums, but here goes..I'm a Glock fan (big time) and also love 1911s. I would love a .45 in a striker-fired format but cannot abide the size of the grip of the G21 (even the SF is too big). Working in firearms retail, I get to handle everything and absolutely love the way the M&P and Taurus 24/7 OSS fit in my hand. They both just feel great. I'm leaning towards the M&P, but have noticed that most have absolutely terrible triggers when new (based on my dry-firing most every M&P that comes through the shop). They fell like somebody ground up glass and spread it over the internals of the gun. In looking at a field stripped gun I think I know why this is happening. I believe the engagement angle of the vertical extension of the trigger bar against the firing pin safety is a little too severe but that it should probably smooth out with use, but I'm not certain. Also not interested in taking any kind of machine to the internals on a new firearm. The Taurus has a very crisp SA trigger pull and a very short reset. It also has a smooth DA option and re-strike capability, which I like in theory but am not sure about in practice. So my question is...which one and why? Not interested in Taurus bashing about customer service as I am very familiar and comfortable with the customer service provided by both manufacturers. Also not worried about fit and finish as I get to examine the product before I take delivery. What I am interested in is your experience with the trigger on the M&P (does it smooth out and how long does it take) and if anybody here has owned BOTH guns and what their experience has been with each.