I for one,wish that one of the big gun makers would add a few somewhat lighter calibers to their lineup in auto and/or pump rifles. Rifles like the Remington autoloaders and Browning Bars typically come in calibers like .308,30-06,.270 etc.,which are all great calibers....but why not a .35 Rem? Or a 300 Savage? Or....you fill in the blank. Don't get me wrong--I'm a big fan of the .308 (probably my favorite "modern day" cartridge) and 30-06....I've taken lots of game with both-- including my biggest black bear with the '06. But it would be great to have a NEW .35 Rem autoloder to hunt the woods with,especially in the lower 48. Less recoil,plenty of power...what more could one ask for? It would surely have a niche among gun buyers. I know that Ruger has it's 44 Mag autoloader,assuming it's still in production--but in handling it,I did not care for the stock dimensions. I prefer plenty of drop in the stock for use with open sights. And of course,the classic comb stock design(no Monte Carlo hump). And of course,Marlin puts out 35s,30-30s,444s,etc, in lever action. But why not a pump--like the old Remington Model 141...or how about a Browning lightweight auto? Maybe I'm old fashioned at 42...but maybe,just maybe some gun company exec. is reading this...the classics never go out of style.