The shape of the Glock trigger must be fine for most users, or we'd have more complaints, but for some of us, they just don't fit our hand. My trigger finger has a slight curvature (10-15%?) and a slight twist to it -- no 3rd party replacements available. With a Glock (smooth or target) trigger, as I pull the trigger, my finger tends to point slightly downward on the trigger face and rolls onto the inside of my trigger finger. If I shoot more than 100 rounds, I'll have a pretty uncomfortable situation. Yes, I can somewhat twist my hand in such a way as to fight the slide/roll down the face, but it would never be possible in a SHTF scenario, so all my practice shooting would have been done with one grip and then abandoned when really needed. None of this happens with a Sig trigger which continues to curve on well under the finger, keeping the finger up on the face through the full pull. I've looked everywhere I know and all the replacement triggers I've seen seem to mimic the exact curve of the Glock trigger. Some have wider trigger safeties like the Glockkworx, and maybe more gizmos, but none show a trigger shape that would keep my finger up on the trigger. Vanek doesn't show his triggers and I can't find any pictures on the web, so I don't know about them. Does anybody know of a replacement trigger that continues under the trigger finger more like the Sig triggers?