I have an interest in shooting 3 gun matches and I know I am not going to be the next superstar, I just want to have some fun doing some gunny things. There is a gunshow this weekend and I am most likely going to buy a shotgun. I have been initially interested in the Mossberg 930 SPX, mainly because it comes with everything that I think I will need. It has an extended magazine and ghost-ring sights. I have not been able to find one locally, and the one shop that I went into offered to get it for me, but wanted slightly less than MSRP for it ($600). The second shop I went to didn't have one in stock and didn't offer to order one... in fact the salesman told me that I should buy a Beretta instead. He didn't like it when I told him that I wasn't interested in a Beretta. I did put my mitts on a Benelli M2, which I really, really like. The main problem is that the Benelli was $1200 twice what the Mossberg is going for. On the way out I looked at a Saiga-12. It is a wicked looking weapon, but I don't like the sights on it, and it only came with one 5 round magazine and extra 10 round magazines were $60ish and extra 5 round magazines were $50ish. The Saiga-12 had a $650 price tag on it. I was also turned off by the attitude the salesman had. I have shot several Benellis, but that was 10 years ago. They were also Benelli Super Eagels, is there a difference between the Benellis of 10 years ago and the current make? I really, really liked the Benelli, but the price is making me look at other options. Are ghost-ring sights out there for Saiga-12s? I just don't know if a magazine fed shotgun is for me.... Plus the Saiga, after magazine purchases looks like it will be closer to the cost of a Benelli than the price of the Mossberg 930 SPX. I would like to see the Mossberg 930 SPX in person. It has a lot of the things I want and is priced a lot cheaper than the others... Any inputs appreciated.