I don't think you are ever going to get a Colt SAA with a trigger as refined as that of the Python. The Pythons I have shot, out of the box, have probably one of the finest, butter smooth trigger action ever found on a revolver. The mainspring on a Colt SAA is flat as opposed to the mainspring on a Ruger Blackhawk. Comparing a SAA trigger break to one of the Python is like comparing a Chevy Camaro to Cadillac CTS. The in its original form just isn't supposed to be really refined. I basically keep mine just for the fun of shooting and owning a unique piece of history and to enjoy the looks and comments of Ruger Vaquero, and the Italian clone shooters at the range. I have had quite a few come up to me and say: "Wow, is that a real Colt; mind if I hold it?" I had a Marine Captain come up to me at the range and practically beg me to shoot it. He was shooting two Vaqueros and when he shot mine, he was amazed......his comment was: "Man, now I know why General Patton wore one on his hip; simply amazing." This SAA, my Browning Hi-Power and my Springfield 1911 are the three guns I would nerver part wity.