First post and happy to be here! Bought a used Glock 17 from a coworker who's returning to Germany. Apparently not so easy to take it with him! Anyway, not being one to leave well enough alone.... I love the Glock 17, but the trigger was a little lacking for target use. So I made a few mods after I put several hundred rounds through it to get a good baseline. 1. Ghost rocket 3.5 lb 2. 25 cent trigger job - bearing surfaces mirror smooth without rounding over any edges 3. Wolff reduced power striker spring, reduced power firing pin safety spring and increased power trigger spring. After several hundred rounds, I'm happy to report a more silky trigger feel (reduced grittiness), reduced trigger effort, and better accuracy on target. So far, so good. A great way to learn how the gun works, as well. I can't vouch for reliability of the firing pin to primer with a lower energy spring, but I've had no problems so far. I'll shoot several hundred more rounds of different brands, then report back if there are any failures.