OK so I been Glocking since the late 80's, I have never truely liked the 5lb coil spring and standard connector in my Glocks, I prefered the NY-1 and (+) connector, but Glock said that was a NO-NO, so I just went with the NY-1 and standard connector (not a fan of the (-) connector). Anyway just got a new to me 2.5 gen G-26 BRU prefix, and installed the NY-1 after first trying it with the original 5 lb spring:embarassed:Blah.............didnt like either trigger pull. HMMMMMM about to do the .25 trigger job and was going to my Glock box fro the takedown tool, when I spotted a lone orenge colored plastic NY-2 , 12 lb trigger spring sitting all alone like a red headed stepchild.Oh what the heck, i am going to the range again this weekend says I, so just for giggles and grins, why not give it a try, I hear its a terrible combination with a standard connector. Anybody who has removed a 5lb coil spring or NY-1 knows how easy that is for an armchair gunsmith at the kitchen table, but (If there is an easier way LMK) getting that lil orange NY-2 installed is a BYATCH. Anyway I got it in, reassembled and took it out to the range saturday and I'll be a Monkey's Uncle, no .25 cent trigger job needed, this sloppy POS trigger came out just (to me anyway) right. So the old addage is true, you just never know till you try, and all springs and things are different in your Glock or mine. Now I am not going out and changing the other siblings with NY-2's, but for now, a simple let me see what this will do worked for me!