I had bought one of these little beauties while waiting for my Kimber Solo with the idea that it would be handed down to my wife as soon as the Solo came in. It is a sweet little pistol but my wife hated the trigger pull. Not so much the heavy pull as a rough spot in the sear to hammer surfaces. These can be polished easily and make a world of difference in the trigger. The 9 lb creep can be easily fixed by cutting the trigger return and hammer springs. I'm not sure what the MA trigger feels like ( I'm in Indiana ) if you are familiar with the P238 and comfortable in disassembling the trigger group you can seriously improve the feel and accuracy of this great pistol. Oh yea my wife doesn't get to shoot it much.