I went to my club the other day and had the range to myself. I found that I could shoot 2.5" to 4" groups at 15 yards with my HK P30 when I am pressing the trigger pretty slowly (I wouldn't say that I am stacking the trigger because I am not pausing during the press, but it's not quickly). However, when I started trying to shoot a little faster, I was apparently jerking the LEM trigger because my accuracy was terrible. I've been thinking about this since I left the range on Saturday. I can see several paths forward, and I'd like to know what THR thinks. 1.) Dry fire more and get used to the LEM trigger (I have 950 rounds through the P30 at this point, but maybe that is not enough). 2.) Just keep focused on shooting accurately and don't worry about speed. 3.) Try to identify why I am shooting so poorly when I am shooting quickly and work on that. 4.) Figure that I have wasted enough time and effort on the LEM and switch to a DA/SA (I'm very hesitant to do this). Any advice is appreciated.