Thanks Harry (messerschmittfan)
I think I covered all the areas to polish (I hope).
You did mention that: (I have seen the roller (s) too far up or down on the trigger bar. and they must exactly in the middle so that the same amount of roller is exposed on the top and bottom of the bar.)
Right away I looked to see how my rollers were and the back one on the rear of the trigger bar was a little higher.
I got this drawing off of Weaponeer's forums (See attachments)
And mine do mic out to the roller pin holes as in drawing. But also I did notice a little wobble of the rollers on the pins. I think I can live with this trigger pull. Knowingly it can be lightened by the firing pin spring in which it trips the sear at the very end of the pull Also if I need to lighten the long trigger pull before sear release , Changing the trigger spring to a lighter one should do that.
You also said that you wanted to reduce the long trigger pull, the only way I can see would be to drop a little weld in the trigger housing where the ears of the trigger slide reducing anymore forward motion. Or temporarily use one piece of metal to fit in front of the trigger in the area where the trigger ears slide. Just a quick thought.
With that fix you'll lose the closing of your dust cover.
Again let me say THANKS to all,