I don't think the trigger weight is the issue as much as trigger travel distance in the second stage as well as the reset distance. The PPQs first stage of trigger pull is a safety feature. In some schools it is "on target on trigger". You aim in at a target you automatically pull all the first stage slack out of the trigger. Being a short travel distance in a crisp trigger it is fairly easy for a nervous person to shoot off a round. When it comes to the reset people who are used to pistols that reset a good bit before the triggers second stage often have the habit of pulling the slack out of the trigger upon firing. Which could potentially lead to an accidental double tap.
None of these are issues that the appropriate "software" can't handle. My PPQ is my carry gun so you can guess where I stand on the issue.
Practical before tactical.