Wow, that says a lot about the 92FS. I shoot and carry the 96FS with the S.O. and CCW, but have the 92FS as 9x19 is much cheaper to shoot and more available, even today. As the Dept requires that we carry .40 S&W and the 96 is on the approved list as the Glock 22 is issue, I find that I really like the 92FS. I like it's performance just like it is as well and have the Elite II hammer and the "D" spring in mine as well.
I haven't gone as far as you did with the metal parts and may not as it performs exceptionally as it is. I am interested in the coil spring trigger return spring kit. Does it require the metal trigger?
With Glaser 100 gr. Powerball, I feel it is the equivalent of the 96 at this point as the ballistic figures exceed both .40 S&W as well as .45 ACP. 1475 FPS/ 483 FTLBS is a killer load in this weapon.
Enjoy your new aquisition and shoot well and often.