Got mine in two days (from LA to OH, that's pretty good!) and installed them last night.
My findings with the P-07 G2:
- CZ does a good job in securing their sights on the P-07. It takes some force from the armorers hammer on the supplied push bars to free the sights.
- use the larger supplied set screw on the front sight; the smaller one was just too small and would screw all the way through the base. The front sight was relatively easy and a perfect fit.
- the rear sight really takes some force to remove the old sight. I advise using a bench vise over an armorers block.
- equally so, the new rear sight takes a bit to get back in. When I viewed the bases of both sights, the DP is definitely wider in width and requires a fair amount of filing and sanding to get it down to size. Note, only remove enough to get the new sight half way in by hand. You'll want to push it in the rest of the way to get tension - I used a sight pusher. Sight installs from left to right as you look down the slide. There's a handy arrow to remind you on the base.
- being made of good old steel, remember to protect any areas of the sight you removed anodization from, or it'll rust.
Overall, the sight is phenomenal over the factory sights. That big front dot is so easy to pick up, in light or darkness. The rear sight lights up quite well, though it is harder to see in daylight (very small dots with these older eyes). But I'm used to using a target sight any way and focus on the front, so it won't matter. My sights lined up perfectly from the get go. PoI = PoA at 10 yards, slightly high, but I like that better than the factory sights where the front covered the target.
Very happy with these - will supply photos later.