Let me just put in a good word for the mag disconnect. I have it on my SR40C and appreciate it as a good safety device when handling the gun. To me that is more important than a slight reduction in trigger pull, if that indeed does occur. You should get into the habit of slamming the mag home in any semi-automatic to secure the mag. (If your gun has a tendency to fire when the mag is slammed, get a new gun.) The Ruger trigger pull is good for a defensive gun - not too light and not too heavy. Practice with it and you will get better accuracy.