Went to my LGS and picked up my LCRx3 this evening. Visual and function checks OK. The rear sight is fully adjustable, with a blade insert. No white outline (Ruger SOP from the factory I guess). I wonder if a white outline is available. The sighting notch in the blade is considerably wider than the front blade, but without range time I dunno if that's an issue. The front sight blade is 1/8th inch wide, and the white paint on the ramp extends exactly to the top of the blade, minus a few thousandths. It is in a shallow recess in the ramp, which should allow it to last awhile. The Hogue Tamer grip has room for all three fingers, so is longer than the stock LCR; looks a little odd, because it is rather narrow front-to-back, and Ruger's grip angle is steeper than that of my Smith Model 10. A Bisley-ish look. The DA trigger action is smooth and reasonably light, except for a very pronounced 'hitch' just before let off. With minimal practice it should be easy to stop the pull there, if that's your want. SA pull is short and smooth, and fairly stiff. I think I'll take a comparison pick, with the Smith Model 10 and the Charter Arms Police Undercover - tomorrow. Range time next week I hope. Lousy weather this week.