Just wondering what other old-school pistol shooters like me (revolvers & 1911's) have learned about adding the Springfield XD or Glock-type trigger action/reset to muscle memory and instinctive shooting skill-sets. Not interested in debates about internal parts, whether to carry a pistol with a finger in or out of the trigger guard, or why the thumb safety on a 1911 is so brilliant/stupid. Those 3 dead horses are still getting thrashed in another thread next door. On a new Springfield XDm 40 (trigger action very similar to a Glock), it just feels odd easing the trigger back out gently enough to find that click at reset. It's distinctive and there's no missing it, but after maybe 5-6 shots, the flatter distal part of my finger has crept across onto the trigger, almost halfway to the first joint. Strange for a fingertip shooter. Hardly an emergency. I'm already getting reasonable little groups at close to combat speed. But as I endeavor to tighten up with this pistol, will it affect how I shoot my others? Or might I just adapt to both kinds and become more versatile? That's the goal. Tips? Ideas? Thanks.