The term "Creep" seems to have changed over the years. In the sixties, most gun rags referred to creep as any movement of the trigger that feel like it was moving on its own or the pull was inconsistent (heavy-lighter-heavy). Also, the pre-travel was called just that...pre-travel, before the sear was released. Nowadays, pre-travel seems have been supplanted with "creep". So, it may benefit the poster to explain if he is referring to pre-travel, or the inconsistent pressure felt on the trigger.
To answer the question relative to the best trigger of any gun I have, albeit a mid-priced German air rifle, it seems to have no perceptible pre-travel, let alone creep.
Sometimes you get what you pay for, sometimes you only pay more for what you get.
Three shots are not a "group"...they are a "few".
If the Bible is the literal, infallible, unerring word of God...where are all those witches I am supposed to kill? (Exodus 22:18)