Lon - I would recommend you watch this video. I posted it before in a thread for Scubie, and I think you were in that thread so maybe you have seen it.
Tango is right, Graffunder is the Mac Daddy of all safes, unless you buy an old bank and use their vault as your personal gun paradise.
I did a TON of research before I upgraded. My first safe was not a good choice. It was small, it was "affordable" and it could have probably been defeated in less than the 1:44 in that video.
That said, it kept my stuff safe and sound and made me "feel" better about having my weapons locked up.
I visited several safe makers' booths at SHOT for a couple of years. Kept himming and hawing back and forth. Couldn't pull the trigger.
I really wanted the Graffunder, but I could not justify the kind of money they wanted for it. I didn't have that kind of cash to blow on a safe and still be able to afford to eat.
After a long search, I ended up getting a Summit Safe, the Cascade series. They have a lot of the same protection features that Graffunder has in their safes ( full welds on an all steel body, active-locking bolts, punch proof locks ) but it wasn't nearly as expensive.http://www.summitsafes.com/cascade.html
I don't hold any illusion that it is "as good as" a Graffunder, but it's a damn good safe and it's locked down to my concrete slab garage with 4 monster bolts so it is not going anywhere.
I would strongly recommend doing a lot of research before just settling for the safe you think you "need" right now.