Originally Posted by Spats McGee
Stop the bickering.
Quoted for "Yes."
Also, I think it's worth stating that firearm traits are often discussed as though they are more significant than they are. The M&P trigger is a great example. It's gritty, has a mushy break, and has a vague reset. Despite this often maligned bangswitch, M&Ps aren't a challenge to work with. This is especially true at common self defense distances. In practical application, the performance gap between the M&P and a Caracal (noted for its awesome trigger) will be negligible.
This also applies to the Glock trigger and PPQ bore axis. Sure, they are what they are. In the real world, they'll perform similarly.