I had fun, but it didn't go as well as I wanted. Still working on flinch and trigger slap issues, but getting better. It's a little worse with the V2, than the Creed. Another factor was, that they stuck me in the far right lane of the range. Casings were ejecting and bouncing back on me off the wall, actually had 2-3 spent brass that somehow bounced into my front pants pocket. That didn't help my flinch much, also kind of sucks having a wall directly to your right. I know it's not supposed to affect your shooting, but it did me. I don't think I hit the right side of the target at all. Today I put about 100 rounds through the both guns apiece, crappy cheap ammo. Both guns shot through it without a hiccup. One thing I will do next trip is, to start shooting the Creed first. Today I used the V2 for the first 100, and after that the Creed. When shooting the Creed, I caught myself pushing down the trigger to stage to SA like the V2. Saw the hammer cock back and was like, oh crap. Despite it all, I had fun shooting and have worked through some trigger slap and flinching issues, also had to put some 22's down range too.
Glad to hear both firearms are functioning well for you. The staging in the V2 is something that throws me off too when shooting multiple guns in one range session. I'm getting more accustomed to it, but it still exists. I've shot many hammer fired guns in my life so far, so the DA/SA isn't unnatural to me. But when I shoot the V2 first, then shoot my Elite or SA, it does take a minute for me to get acclimated again.
To help you get over some of the flinching issues, go and buy some dummy rounds. Either slip them in you mag at random intervals or have someone else load your mag and place them in there at random. This will help you see how much you are flinching, and can be useful in helping you to try to keep the pistol still through the entire shot.
For getting better at trigger control, grip and many of the things we don't really think about, I recommend looking at a video by Travis Haley called the Venti, 100 shot drill. He uses small circles up close to assess his shooting habits and control. I'll try to look it up and post it in a minute or two. It gets you thinking about how to make some fairly mundane shooting useful. You can also trim it down a bit from 100 shots.