My previous carry pistol was a S&W M&P40c with an Apex sear and a trigger weight of 4 lbs. I just bought a Gen 4 G23 that has a horrible trigger with a pull weight of 5.5 lbs after installation of a (-) connector and polishing. Because I was so discouraged by the awful trigger of my latest gun, I went online and started researching the latest and greatest Glock trigger mods. Apparently, Timney rocked the Glock world back in January with the release of it's new Glock trigger system that replaces the whole assembly with Timney components. Supposedly give a 3 lb or less crisp trigger with very little reset, for $150. I ordered one for my new G23. But, there are a slew of videos and threads regarding why the new Timney trigger is not safe for concealed carry duty. Most focus on the low pull weight. From what I've been able to discern, I should be able to get around a 3.5 lb pull weight with the right connector. Which is almost ideal. I think my M&P40c with it's 4 lb trigger is ideal. But, it's also a manual safety gun. The Glock is not. Ironic seeing all of the arguments stating how a 3.5 lb trigger, or less, is simply unacceptable for a carry pistol, when the new S&W Shield Plus has a stock trigger that many report is at 3 lbs. All reviews of the Shield Plus heap praises on it's excellent trigger due to crispness and lightness, but then those same people will complain about the exact same weight trigger on another gun as being too light for safe concealed carry duty. So, what do you think should be the standard for an ideal carry pistol trigger weight?