So, I've got a Springfield LB Operator and I think it needs a trigger job. Or at least I feel like it needs to be improved for me to be happy with it. I'm almost at 1000 rounds (easily twice that in dry fire) and I'm thinking it's not going to get any better than it is right now. The gun has a lot of pre-travel, long wall before the break and a decent amount of over travel and none of it feels smooth. I would like to get all of that corrected. I've seen prices range anywhere from $150 to $300 depending on whether or not the ignition parts are being replaced. I'm fine with either end of the spectrum and I'm thinking that I might want the ignition parts replaced with some higher quality parts anyway. So here's my question - how on Earth do you guys decide where to send your guns? And what kind of turn around times are people typically waiting for on a trigger job? I see some amazing smiths on these forums and I would love to send my business their way but I can't decide. I also don't want to send my gun off and wait 3-6 months for a trigger job. I fully understand that quality takes time and an in-demand smith will have a long waiting list. Do most of the in-demand smiths squeeze in other work with a shorter lead time or is it just work through the list, one project after another, regardless of scope of work?