im with big don, if I didn't have a release I wouldn't be shooting anything.Try one before you change yours. If it helps you then do it. There are many success stories out there where releases saved a shooters shooting career. Maybe yours is one of them.
It turned mine around.
Bad triggers, poor visual mechanics, poor gun fit, poor mental focus, poor set up are some of the reasons that shooters go to a release when if their problem/problems were properly addressed, wouldn't be necessary. They think the release solved all their problems regardless of whether it did or not simply because now the gun more or less goes boom when the want it to. Its just easier with less effort.Is it pretty much personal preference or is there some real difference?
I shot a pull trigger for app. 15 years with no problems. Then, I started flinching.Just SLAP the trigger at the proper time. Problem solved.