You have choices with Beretta branded products. There's the Gel-Tek which has shiny heel/toe areas and grippy in between. I've got one on a 687 and it's much better than the standard rubber thing like you have. Beretta also has a leather covered rubber pad which sounds good but I've never tried one. The other option, and the one I use on my clays gun, is the solid wood plate. Again it's Beretta branded and is available in 2 thicknesses. I can personally vouch that it's not sticky and doesn't slip out of the shoulder. IMO if you're not recoil sensitive, the solid plate makes the gun feel much more controlled and connected than when using shock absorbing pads of any flavour.