I am an absolute noob when it comes to revolvers, but I shot a 6” S&W 686 in .357 a bit, and loved it; I’ve also shot a .44 Magnum (S&W N-frame, I think). I think I might like to get one of my own. I have shot semiautos for 30+ years in 9mm/.40/.45 and even some local USPSA, so I am not new to handguns in general, just to centerfire revolvers. My question is....what DA .357 revolvers would be... Really accurate with the best loads and an optic (I’ll probably run a Matchdot or possibly a micro red dot, not irons). I’d want it to shoot significantly better than a full-sized semiauto. Have a good, smooth trigger that’s not ridiculously hard on DA. 100% reliable, no light strikes....I’ve read that with some makes, you can have a decent trigger, or 100% ignition, but not both at the same time. 7-shot cylinder would be a bonus, but not a requirement. This would be a range toy for paper punching or steel out to 100 yards, with maybe a little USPSA for fun, but could also see occasional use as a bedside or camping gun (though a semiauto would normally fill that role). What say ye? 686 Competitor? (I like the looks, and it has a low-profile optics rail and can be had with a 7-shot cylinder.) A new-production Python? Are there other options out there? Would an N-frame be a better choice? Seeking enlightenment. Thanks!