I don't think it would be that difficult to use the same inner components or very simular design to convert the LCR to a stainless frame while having a simular trigger. It's been done in the semiauto polymer frame market with Sig and Glocks. Just about all other companies offer a LCR sized revolver in stainless except for Ruger. There is a large portion of the market who are fans of Ruger, who prefer stainless revolvers over polymer, who aren't fans if the SP101 for various reasons, but love the LCR trigger. Plus the firearm market is booming right now, so flooded jframe market or not, it would sell like hotcakes. Just because people might already own a jframe sized revolver from another competitor, it's not going to stop them buying another. Many people own multiple revolvers, single stacks, double stacks, and other types of firearms within the same category from different manufacturers. Right now I'm leaning towards picking up a 3" Kimber K6S DASA.