Placing it on top of a Glock 23, it isn't much smaller. Slightly slimmer is all.
The trigger itself is made of plastic, which is sort of different as the rest of the frame is Aluminum. As far as the trigger pull itself? Heavy, creepy, but somewhat short. This pistol has zero tactile reset, you must let it out all the way before you begin to work the trigger back again.
The pistol points well, and the sights are good. The grip safety is easy to activate, however it feels like it will bite you after getting some rounds through it. The edges of the frame where it goes in seem a bit on the sharp side.
Priced at $399.99, it is most certainly priced right. That being said, the only thing it has on a Glock 19 is it is slimmer. Being as the one that I handled had a slide that was a bear to rack back, I would honestly wait a bit so that you don't have the privilege of paying $399.99 to be a Beta tester for Remington.
Just my two cents.