Greetings. In the 6 or so years that I've been shooting, it's been exclusively striker fired pistols, but I've been really considering getting a CZ P-07. What I really like about it is at this point I'm unsure if I'd want it to be DA/ SA or just SAO, and this gives me both options. Anyways, I was actually set to buy one last night, when my wife, who is just getting in to shooting, asked me "are you sure you're going to like the extra stuff on it?" -- referring to the decocker or safety on this pistol. She also expressed that she has NO desire for me to purchase it. In the couple times shes been shooting it was my PPQ and a Glock 19 she got from the range, and she's not wanting our small stash to venture out of the striker fired realm. The fact that she's going shooting for a third time a few days from now, and is really excited about it, is huge in my house. I could go buy a G19 right now, and she'd welcome it. Not so much with this (though she would accept it). All this got me thinking, "would I like this?". Obviously there's some retraining that would need to be done. How big of a deal is this? Lots of folks carry and/ or compete with SAO, and some with DA/ SA as well. All said, is it at all common to see people either: Not disengage the safety on SAO pistols during competition/ self defense/ classes (pulling the pistol out of the holster)? Not reengage the safety or deckock a pistol during competition/ self defense/ classes (putting the pistol back in the holster)? Obviously these two scenarios are different with these types of pistols than they are with striker fired pistols. Also, I realize it's all about training -- these types of pistols are not unsafe. However, I also believe that people brain fart during stress. Thanks!