One of the criticisms placed on a bullpup is that they are not the fastest to reload. I not only found this false, but I found that it was started by people who had little to no experience with them. With little time on the rifle, I found that the bullpup reloads were generally more intuitive.
In general, this critique is made by people with very little time behind these rifles. If the critics shot their rifles as much as they badmouth them, they may find that the trigger pulls become much nicer as they use them. For example, my Tavor actually now has a trigger pull of 6-8 pounds after over 5000 rounds. The original trigger pull came in around 10 pounds, if not more. I found that lubrication and usage were the best ways to lower your trigger pull weight.