Well today my Versamax finished it first season. As best I can put together from my sloppy notes and memory for the waterfowl season, it was feed 12 boxes of Federal Blue box 3" 1 1/4 oz loads, 20 rounds of Federal Heavyweight, and 3 boxes of Fiocchi 3 1/2" 1 9/16 oz 1 shot loads.
I gave it a good cleaning when I first bought it back in August and I quickly put it after doves and clay's so I believe that accounted for somewhere between 3 and 4 cases of light loads. Since the initial cleaning I have wiped it down on the outside and that has been it. This gun has functioned flawlessly with one exception where in the dark one morning I somehow loaded a 20 gauge hull in it and luckily when it cycled after the first shot the 20 bore load got stuck with the 12 bore load that followed in from the magazine against the back of the carrier lift.
I am being to lazy tonight to do the full tare down but tomorrow night I will and we'll see just how dirty it is and look for any signs of ware on the internals.
I will follow up with what I find. For now I am impressed with how it has functioned and I hope time will show this gun as the point where Remington turned things back around