LEM with a manual safety is not a typical configuration on the P30 series of pistols. In fact HK does not officially recognize this operating variation and say it will void your warranty if you install the LEM trigger parts into a P30S (manual safety) pistol yourself. That being said it’s possible, and not all that difficult to do, and you can find a link with pictures and parts required on the HKPro Forum website (PM me if you need help finding it). It does typically require you to remove the rear decock button from the gun, which leaves a small gap on the back of the slide, but it isn’t a big deal and mostly people hardly notice it. I have two of the standard P30S pistols that I did the conversion on and made LEM with the manual safety still in place and operating. My two P30LS pistols (the longer slide versions) are a bit more rare however as HK actually “accidentally” imported 500 P30LS pistols into the US with factory installed LEM triggers and an operational manual safety. I can’t remeber what trigger variant they classified this as but finding those guns is pretty uncommon as there were only 500 of them (mine happen to even be sequential serial numbers, hows that for cool). The HK45 I show in my picture was actually converted to LEM, with the manual safety left in place, by the HK factory, after I bought the pistol. Funny how they seem more than happy to do that variant on the HK45, with no issues regarding the voiding of the warranty. It must be some Tuetonic thing. I personally find the LEM trigger to be he best of both worlds. A blend of SA/DA with a manual safety (i.e. longer more forgiving trigger pull better for armed “people management” under stress, an “off switch” for all that administrative handling we typically do, and positive hammer control for safer reholstering during concealed or open carry) with the benefits of s striker fired gun (i.e. the same consistent trigger pull every time instead of a long heavy DA pull on the first shot and short crisp pull on subsequent shots). As someone who has spent time on the two way range as an Army Officer I agree with the whole “your finger is your safety” mantra but also know that under stress, in bad conditions, and when tired, stupid things happen and a manual safety can add an extra layer of safety to tool like a firearm. I would never carry a M4 carbine, or M249 SAW, locked and loaded with no manual safety. Why would I choose to do that with my pistol if given the choice not to? With proper training a manual safety doesn’t make most shooters noticeably slower during engagement. Most people spend far more time handling their guns under administrative conditions, rather than needing to fast draw and engage multiple targets to save their lives like in a movie scene or action pistol competition. If a couple tenths of a second are going to be the difference between life and death, then in 99.9% of cases I’d say your situational awareness failed you, and not your shooting skills. Sorry for the long diatribe. LOL! These are only my personal opinions, but I wanted to offer some context as to why I’d want a LEM trigger with manual safety. Frankly I wish Glock would’ve brought their G19x to the civilian market with the manual safety left in place , like their official submission gun had. That would’ve been my near perfect service type pistol.