The Cobra I picked up about a month ago most definitely has one of the smoothest double action pulls I've ever felt. That's not a lie or even an exaggeration. I bought it for a reason. It just honestly feels better to me than anything I've handled with a SP, GP, or J/K/L frame as of late (obviously excluding Performance Center, Match Champion, etc). I also like the K6s and LCR triggers but even they don't feel as nice to me. I've not had the opportunity to look at a Python or King Cobra yet but my expectations are pretty high. Not so much on here but I've noticed general negativity over the new Colt double actions. At least on the internet. I don't understand where it's coming from. My Cobra feels very well built, and as already mentioned, the action is exceptional in my opinion. Obviously they've had some rough releases but they're also pushing out new platforms to extremely high demand, and at a very fast rate. They seem to be correcting their production mistakes in reasonable time though. Of course the "MIM" thing gets brought up a lot but I don't mind it. Those MIM parts are plenty strong for what they're used for. We used to live a time where labor was cheap and technology was expensive. Now it's closer to the opposite. Without those MIM parts, my beautiful new Cobra wouldn't even exist. I almost feel like people expect the Cobra and King Cobra to be a Python, and the Python to be a Korth.