I own an old Remington 870. I'm in the mood for something new. My pops may be buying property near the coast or up north. I want a shotgun that can handle the sandy and wet, or the cold and wet. I'm down to 3 choices. Remington 887 "Bone Collector''- I love how mean it looks and how it will never rust according to Remington. It's supposed to take a hell of a beating. I can't seem to find a whole lot of reviews based on actual field testing though. Benelli Nova or Supernova (The tactical one which ever one it is)- I read how the 887 was a response to this well reviewed shotgun. Remington, or Mossberg Marine Magnums- I've always thought they looked sexy. And the coat is also supposed to prevent rust. I've yet to handle a Benelli, but I've always read good stuff about the brand. I'm curious if anybody has taken the new 887 through the paces yet, and are the marine magnums as tough as advertised? Thankful for any input.