I wonder, do these guys get it? I don't think they really do...but I love the line in the article where Rob says, "while others might be able to cast or hand file such a component, I'm certain no other gun company can reproduce this". He must not know much about some of the custom smiths on this and other boards. http://www.prweb.com/releases/2012/1/prweb9087755.htm And now for only $7,450.00 you too can own a polished SS National Standard Deluxe. WOW! But hurry cause only 25 will be made this year! I did get a chance to meet these guys at the shot show this year, as well as many other true custom craftsmen. All of the triggers I felt were stagy and at least 6lbs. When I asked the head engineer there about it he said yes, they were about 6-7lbs. I asked him what kind of groups they were getting out of the polished stainless National Standard at fifty yards and while he wouldn't commit to a hard number he paused a long moment before saying sub 3.5". Not me, I'm not buying it. I'd rather have a Rogers, Rodgers, Chambers, Harrison, Chen, Brian or anyone else...for that kind of money I want custom. And did I mention that all four of the guns I picked up at shot had loose slide to frame fits? So, what happened to holding tolerances to .001"? Sorry, I'm just not buying it. Sure do wish someone, ANYONE, would get one of these into their shop for a careful measuring session cause that is sure to be interesting. It's easy to say great things about a gun when you are getting paid or not measuring and recording the details but proper measuring instruments don't typically lie. Ok I'm done now.