I imagine the Savage legal team. Just like Remington they must be trying to protect themselves from the legalities of all those guns that "just went off by itself".
Here's an article here on Adjusting the Savage 110 Trigger.
I can't comment on the accuracy of the article since I've never had a Savage trigger to modify, but I did follow the Remington instructions and safety was stressed along with improving the trigger.
Thanks for the pointer. I'm going to work with the FP 10 in it's stock config for a bit longer, and then I'm going to be ordering either a Rifle Basix or Sharp Shooter's Supply replacement for it. When I get the new part, then I'll start messing with the stock trigger, so in case I goof it up, I'll have the replacement part at the ready.