I bought mine back in January. I had rotator cuff surgery in Sept. of last year and couldn't shoot it until May. I have a Citori with 26 in. barrels and it took me a few rounds of skeet to get used to 30 in. barrels. And to get used to swinging a gun - any gun - after 5 months of rehab. My last round of skeet was 22, so it is coming around. Only shot a few rounds of trap with 22 my best there.
Mine was $1150 + tax, which I don't think was too bad. Nice case, 5 chokes and nice balance to me. I think the fit and finish is very good. The checkering is crisp. A fellow I was talking to at the S&T range took issue with my statement it was the only American made O/U. He said Kouhler (sp?) in Mn. also made one. Yeah, for $18,000 +++!
I did hear recently that they have jumped the price $400. I had planned on getting the 20 ga. when they come out, but that may be a game changer for me. I will have to see what the street price will be. I hate to say it, but at 73 I am beginning to like a little bit lighter gun. But, I would buy that Red Label again tomorrow. I have wanted one ever since the '70s when they first came out. I understand there were some problems with a few of the originals, but everyone I know that had one, or still has one, loves them, or cries about ever selling it.
What's not to like?