LEM haha. I have a p30 V3. The reset is disgusting haha. I took it to the range once and ordered the LEM kit the same day. I stil dont know why they made it as long as it is, I mean they go the reset right on the HK45...But........Missed the mark by a nautical mile on the P30.
If you want to shorten the reset, try the GrayGuns SRS Kit.
I just got my sa/da p30ls,
id like to convert to lem, but like everyone is saying, just shoot it more often and see how it feels.
I have extensive experience behind their DA/SA. The quality of the trigger can vary quite a bit dependent on model. The base DA/SA leaves much to be desired but their "match" ones are rather phenomenal.
The LEM is an interesting trigger that I don't have much experience with (primarily because it's so blasted hard to find in stores). There's a couple ways to describe it. Personally, I think it feels like a striker fired trigger done well. It's very smooth, light takeup until you hit a spongey wall with a short reset. The reset on the trigger is probably the hardest to master.
Personally, if you're given the opportunity to try/own one, I would get one. They're very unique in the grand scheme of things.
I have 3 HK in LEM V1 configuration, P2000 with a Lazy Wolf Guns trigger, stock P2000 and a stock P30SK. All three are extremely easy to manage and that's with 98% of my time spent behind a competition 9mm 1911. It may take a lot of work to get very quick splits, but it's a trigger with very good feedback and a great trigger for EDC, this coming from a civilian with no special credentials.
LEM with GrayGuns’ “Reduced Reset Carry Perfection Package.” LEM is great, but that long trigger reset sucks. GG improves it by quite a bit. Makes the LEM a perfect setup.
I'm soon to have a LEM with a de-cocker. I just purchased the parts to make my EDC P2000SK V3 into a V0. With a V3 you can pretty much make it any trigger you want.