I know that I am not going to get a stock trigger down to ounces, even if the sear and disconnecter are pollished to a mirror like finish. But the two pound range would be livable. I have already done the 15 minute trigger job, which actually takes far less than 15 minutes, and have gone so far as to drill a hole in the center of the screw that holds the grip on, tapped it, and added a set screw to take all of the creep out of the trigger. Yet the whole thing still maxes out most trigger scales.
I am not super concerned if the rifle will double feed or go full auto, of course I would preferr it not to, because I single deed it most of the time. I think I am just going to head into the den after work and pollish the living snot out of everything.