I sure do...
Buddy bought one brand new this past year and it had terrible cycling problems. Even with various loads and a good break-in period the gun was not to be trusted. Stoeger fixed it twice...no help.
The dealer finally traded him another one straight-up (good dealer). The 2nd Stoeger 2000 started the same ol cra* almost out of the box. After 3 problems in the field, my friend traded it in on a SB2...no more worries.
Buy at your own risk or make sure your dealer stands behind it.
Oh, my friend owns over 100 guns of all types. He's not a novice.