Didn't have any time to really give it a workout, but I can now get a very light let off and still have the trigger reset after the first stage is taken up then released. Always had the dangling first stage if you get down to a couple of ounces, but it now springs right back and still has the light pull. In the end, it probably isn't worth it to me. I'll just set them light and let the first stage dangle. I always take up the first stage and hold it until I fire. On the other hand, if you are a first stage pumper like many I've seen, this mod may be for you. JB Weld is not the way to go, but it works good enough. I would like to find a way to fill the adjuster screw holes with actual aluminum because the drill bit wants to wander off target and cut towards the softer epoxy. I wonder if Air Arms would ever consider changing the angle on the adjuster screws just a little bit. My rear second stage screw strikes the bottom sear about where the original first stage screw touched, so there's more leverage. I seem to detect the first stage may be as heavy or heavier than the original which makes no sense, but I did crank up the weight of pull a full turn or more. This is why it will reset and still feel light at the break due to the added leverage. I will let you all know how it goes with a little more testing.