I have fairly large hands, use the "long"
standard width trigger with superb results, and the Gold Cup trigger had the above negative effect on my shooting, even after working with it for about 10,000 rds of .45, and 20,000 rds thru the Colt .22 unit. I've ALSO seen trigger shoes (on the SHORT trigger, have the same effect. Wide triggers DO have the above result. You either have to slow down your draw and hit, or accept a LOT less accuracy (at real speed).
I have MANY times, in front of witnesses, made A zone hits, ONE SECOND FLAT, hands at sides start, speed rig, draw and hit at 15 yds, including reaction time, on the electrnic timer.
DITTO hits on the C zone (12"x14", with over half in the 10" circle of the A zone, at 50 yds, in 1.8 seconds, sometimes as fast as 1.5 seconds. while I have done the above 15 yd thing in matches, match stress usually meant at least ONE complete miss of the torso, at 50 yds, no matter HOW slowly I fired, even from prone. So what I learned to do was shoot SEVERAL times (if permitted by the rules) at any torso beyond 50 ft, and do so as fast as I could. In this manner, I usually beat nearly everyone, ini SPITE of 1 or more misses of the longer range targets. I was so fast insidw 10 yds, and so fast on the movement part of assault courses, that I was always a serioius contenter for the win.