Is it me? Or...
I picked up a CZ 527 LUX .223 Remington, early this year, got to fooling around with the trigger, then took it to the range, and I'll be darned if the trigger isn't about 100% better unset, than when I set it. What I'm seeing/feeling is that the thing is as light as it is set, with zero backlash, and no 'floppiness' like after the set trigger releases.
For grins, I took one of the 550's off the rack, and noticed the same thing with it.
Is it worth having the set trigger feature when the unset trigger performs so well, or do I have two rifles that are outside the box?
Your experience mirrors mine. And they sure shoot! J.