Well, I got one for Christmas. It's not the SPX; however, I don't really like pistol grips on shottys, the mag extension is an easy upgrade, and based on front-site issues (with the plethora of others), I really didn't want to risk $600+ on the SPX. I got this one ... are you ready for this? ... NIB, out-the-door for $395.00!!! I can't even find one like it anywhere for less than $479 (plus shipping, plus FFL fees, possibly plus tax). So, to make this baby more like the SPX, I've got $200+ to work with. First off, I have only put 25 rounds of standard game load, 5 rounds of 000bk (reduced recoil) and 5 rounds of rifled slugs (hollow-point) thru it so far (questions on that later). I had my son with me at the range and I just didn't have the time to put more through it (yet). When I received the firearm, I thoroughly cleaned it and ran it ... we'll say ... "damp". I didn't go crazy with the oil, but I made sure all the moving parts received a coat, and then wiped-off parts in the receiver. I had one failure to eject, but I really don't think it was the gun's fault (cheap ammo) ... I bought a 100-round pack of Winchester game loads, and I experienced that issue where the extractor rips into the rim of the hull. I notice the game load hulls are made from a much cheaper material and aren't as thick as those on my buckshot and slug rounds. So again, I blame that one on ammo quality. So ... onto my questions... When I shot the slugs (rifled, hollow-points), I was shooting at 50 yards. I took my time with each shot and made sure I put the white-dot of my front site right on the center of my paper target. Each slug round was anywhere from 6" to 12" left, and 8" to 12" high ... does anyone know why? My barrel is smooth bore ... I SHOULD use rifled slugs, right? I also shot the 000bk at 50 yards, but at that distance, I could observe an identifiable pattern. When I shot the game-loads, it was only about 15 yards, and the patters were pretty much center-mass. By the time I had gone thru 25 rounds, the center of my target was pretty much gone with a consistent speckling all around center mass. My other question has to do with the sites. This "breacher" 930 just has a front "bead" ... although it is not a bead at all...it is a white-dot that must be lined-up properly with the barrel (I have verified that is inline with the scope-base screws on the receiver). I guess what I am thinking is that I want to do something different. Since the front-site has standard bead threads, does anyone have any suggestions for a replacement? How about a clamp-on site? Does anyone make those? Then I could consider installing the rear scope base and a ghost-ring, right? Thoughts & comments are appreciated.