I'm thinking about installing a nicer trigger in an AR15 I'm putting together, and I'm looking seriously at Armalite's since I can get it with a complete parts kit for $120, less than most other options for the trigger alone. I've done tons of google searching and came up with very little in the way of reviews or experience with it. Does anyone here have one, either from the factory (standard on their rifles for a couple years now) or installed yourself? FWIW, I'm aware of all the suggestions of a Bill Springfield trigger job and will keep that in mind. I'm also aware of the Geissele SSA which would be my price-no-object choice, but I can get a LPK including the Armalite trigger for $50 less than the SSA by itself, which I would then need to add another $50-60 to for the balance of the LPK. I'm particularly interested in any issues with breakage or wear. I keep reading about how the very popular RRA trigger wears down to a light single stage, apparently within a couple thousand rounds, and I would like to avoid that type of issue. If the Armalite isn't reasonably reliable I'll either stick with GI-style or get the pricey Geissele SSA. Also - Zak Smith - you gave a short but positive assessment of the Armalite trigger in your review (on your website) of the Armalite 20" "infantryman's rifle." Do you have anything to add? Would you use the Armalite trigger in a competition gun, if price were a consideration? Finally, I'd also be interested in any experience with the CMMG 2-stage trigger, although it looks suspiciously similar to the RRA.