Thanks for the response a1abdj. I appreciate your expertise and input. I wish you were doing business in Nevada. I've looked but haven't been able find any safe professionals locally. It's hard to argue this point. I guess for my needs and budget, all roads seem to lead back to the AMSEC BF. This has been one of my stumbling points. I don't think I need more. One of my biggest concerns is that I have quite a few tools in my garage that could potentially be used to attack whatever safe I buy (certainly more than a hammer and screwdriver that passes the UL RSC rating test). I know I'll never eliminate these risks, but I don't want to buy a safe that a thief can open in less than 2 minutes with a couple of pry bars like the YouTube video "Security on Sale". I am also planning on installing an alarm system as additional measures.