I purchased a Weatherby SA-08 for my son 2+ years ago. I shot it and was so impressed with it that I ended up keeping it for myself as a back up. 2 years of duck hunting in the muck with it and every time I pull the trigger it fires. Had problems with a Browning Maxus not cycling and a Benilli SBE2 going click when the trigger was pulled, so the Weatherby has become my gun of choice. I trap shoot with it in the off season, and cannot blame any misses on the gun. The only drawback is the 3" chamber, if you want/need to shoot 3.5's. Some people don't like changing to the light/heavy pistons. But I have always made those changes while cleaning the gun, so it is not an annoyance to me.
My son ended up opting to try a Stoeger M3500 because it felt better to him. Only problem we have ever had with it, was it not cycling a couple of times on 25+ year old dove loads that I had found in my dads garage. On a side note, the Weatherby cycled them just fine.
Oil them, keep them clean, and most guns will make you happy. Spend some time at the gun stores, pick them up, handle them, shoulder them, swing them, and find the gun that feels the most natural. In the end, the right gun will choose you... if you let it.