I've never owned a striker fired pistol, so I cannot comment on which ones might have good triggers. My impression from reading about the various popular models is that it's much harder to get a target quality trigger pull on a striker fired pistol than on something like a 1911, but I could be mistaken.
I agree. i've only ever owned Glocks and i will never deny that sear to hammer engagement provides a better "feel" (compression, engagement and break) overall when shooting. I feel like thats lost on most of my generation. A lot of the Glock aftermarket triggers break light but feel horribly mushy during compression.