There seems to be an internet group for everything.
I went looking around for Saiga stuff and found a forum, not unexpectedly I might add. Since the Saiga is manufactured by the same people and along the same lines as the infamous AK-47 it is quite possible, and even encouraged, to move the trigger group forward from it's sporter configuration to the normal AK spot.
Moving the trigger group gets rid of some unnecessary connecting hardware, gives better trigger operation, better ergonomics, and shortens the rifle up by a couple of inches which improves its handling a bit. It also virtually guarantees compliance with Federal law regarding imported rifles if the furniture gets changed out as well.
With this parts listing (not counting the bipod, scope rail or sling) as long as I'm not using the standard Saiga magazine I'm in full 922r compliance. However, if I decide I want to use the shorter Saiga magazine I need a few more domestic parts.
Moving the trigger group installs three more domestic parts, which makes it safe to use the Saiga magazine. Looking around the web one can find many conversion instructions, but this one is the one I think I will use, mostly because the author seems to have started from the same basic skillset that I possess.