The first time I shot a snubnose revolver, having heard all the talk about how they're hard to shoot, inaccurate, only for experienced shooters, and require constant practice to even be remotely competent with, I was expecting the target to look like I'd shot it with buckshot from 50 yards, if I even managed to hit paper at all. Instead, I managed to put the first five rounds into a space the size of my fist (at about 7 yards). I figured there must be something wrong with the gun, because it's not possible for someone to hit a target with a snubby without putting two boxes of ammo through one every other day, right? Anyway, the point is, I think some people are just more revolver-compatible than others. A DA trigger (as long as it's smooth and not unnecessarily heavy) isn't always a deal-breaker. I can't explain it any better than that, because I never really thought of myself as a "revolver guy" until I discovered I could shoot one pretty well. I think they just point more naturally for me (I also have fairly small hands for a guy, and double-stack semi-autos always feel a little bulky to me). If you can shoot a semi better than a revolver, more power to you. That's probably the more common case. But I think the "snubbies are hard to shoot" conventional wisdom is a bit exaggerated.