Are there any specific recommendations for a solid long-term gun for the clay games? I may upgrade down the road, but I'd like something that will last me for a good while (and possibly forever). I'm not planning on going pro or anything similar. My general budget is around $800, but less is better and the difference will go to shells and shooting. I've always wanted an over-under, and Academy Sports here in Texas imports Yildiz shotguns. The reviews are decent, and the pricing isn't bad at $500-$700 depending on the model. I haven't handled one yet, but they are apparently fairly light. Besides the cachet of it being an over under, is there any marked advantage to them? I know they pretty much dominate the professional ranks, but they are also $5k+ guns. Also, if anyone has a suggestion on other budget over-unders, please let me know. If I could luck into a semi-auto at a good price I certainly wouldn't argue. However I'm not going to hold my breath on that happening. The other track I'm thinking is getting something like an 870 Trap. I'd actually love to have a vintage gun, but with the way prices have climbed lately I know that might not be feasible. I've got a lot of time behind a pump gun, so I'm not really concerned about shot speed for doubles. If anyone has a specific recommendation on models to look for, let me know as my knowledge of shotguns is all SD/HD focused. One last option would be to modify my 535 to make it more amenable to a day shooting clays, and get another HD/SD shotgun. If I did that, it would leave me about $400-$500 to spend on my 535 to modify it. The main things would seem to a heavier stock and fore end to eat some of the recoil, and I'm not sure beyond that. Suggestions are welcome.