The trigger can be vastly improved with the addition of a simple spring. You know how some of us pull the trigger with the safety on to take out the creep? This spring does it automatically during the cocking cycle.
I used a piece of .030" music wire to create a spring to push the trigger back to the point where it reaches the safety stop point. The spring is bent so that it does not apply force past the point where the trigger meets the safety.
Spring is held in place with a small piece of foam. The trigger guard compresses the foam.
You'll have to do some tweaking to limit the travel of the new front spring, balance the forces of the factory trigger return spring, and test to make sure you have a safe rifle.