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Both of my Kimbers are a few years old, one is a play gun and the other is my carry piece. I havn't had any problems with either, but I'm about to start replacing MIM parts with machined ones just as a preventative measure. The triggers break pretty clean at around 3 1/2 lbs and I'm happy with that. Both have Wilson slide stops and the rest are original parts. I guess first on the list is the FP & FP stop, extractor and ejector. That's not a biggie. The hammer, sear, and disconnector is a little different. I'm wanting to know who has had what kind of luck with drop-in trigger components. I've read that if you use all Brown, or all Wilson, you'll get a drop in job and all will be well. C&S looks to be a little pricey, even with my dealer pricing at Brownells, so what do you guys think. What will give me the best results? I'd rather stay away from having a smith fit everything, but if that's the only way to insure reliability, then I'll do that. Just trying to get the most bang for the buck.. Literally...