I have a Colt Trooper with a smooth rounded face. Perfect for me with a light trigger pull in single action. It's been a while since I held an Old Python. I thought in the old version it too had a smooth trigger. Sent my Colt back to the factory many years ago and it came back with a grooved trigger. I didn't like it biting into the finger at all. I see in photos a deeply grooved trigger on the New Python.i Sent it back and they put the old one or another smooth faced trigger in the gun. Before I buy one I would like to hear from Owners or those who have shot the New Python about the trigger and other things about it. I do remember the trigger pull double action, in the Old Python was lighter and smooth as glass and the action locked up tight cocked or hammer down just like the Trooper. Also the hammer on the Old Python as well as the Trooper had a sharp cross hatch The New Python has a simple, as cast, cross serration and the photo showed a mold seem mark on the hammer spur. The photo is perhaps a year old. are the ones they produce now like that?