What I would really like to see in the RRL line is a lighter weight field guns and a true commitment to range guns. Get rid of the auto safety, 32" barrels, nice high grade scroll work, lengthened forcing cones and guns designed for trap, skeet, and sporting clays. It seems to me everything I have read the recent guns are top notch quality so now it's a matter of making task specific guns in this age of specialization.
I pretty much agree with that....with the exception of the lighter weight field gun. I felt the current (now non-current) Red Labels were light enough for upland work. They are/were TOO light for waterfowl or real target work.
Ruger doesn't need a lighter O/U, it needs a heavier one.