I'm just not comfortable with the exposed, spur trigger.
Bear in mind that the trigger is protected on both sides by the frame extensions and never protrudes clear of the spur guard when cocked. The very close fit of the trigger in the spur prevents any foreign matter clogging the trigger. And the spur acts as a trigger stop, and the trigger is no more exposed than with a bow type trigger guard.
I believe if you were to handle a Remington Pocket Model as NewFrontier 45 pictured, you might change your mind.