Yes,I made my "unsafe" pistol worse :huh: Not really,but i did make it a 3.5# trigger! Just a little different angle to the connector and a couple of springs to replace.The connector has a little tab for over travel that is made too long.You need to shorten it down till the trigger cycles completely.May be a little different for each gun I guess. I played with it a bit,then just took it off completely.Over travel doesn't bother me on this gun. You will have to take the plate off the end of the slide to take it off the gun,as you can't work the trigger until the 'stop' is the correct length.They sell a shorter plate for this reason.I would get one if I ordered it fro Ghost. I did need to make some adjustments to make it work perfect.Just bending the connector so it would be in the perfect place (as per instructions).It would drop the hammer while I was resetting it(letting off the trigger),and I needed to bend the connector out a little. Didn't think full auto was a good thing...in Washington (should I say 'legal'?) The kit came with a striker spring,trigger spring and a ejector plunger spring. Everything was pretty simple to reassemble too.It was a fun experience. A few years back,I would have never even thought of doing this All in all it made it a ton lighter and smoother. for $30 and an hours time.I would guess it will be close to that the second time also.Not really something to hurry on.