I recently purchased a Remington 700 SPS Tactical and was greatly disappointed with the OEM Stock. It has the feel of something made out of recycled rubber kids toys. The forend is as flexible as ----well, you can guess for your self. So "limp" that when shooting from a bipod or even having a sandbag rest too close to the front of the forend, the barrel now touches the barrel channel even though there was lots of clearance when standing upright. Anyone else have this rifle and changed out the stock? Luckily I had kept the old H-S Precision from an earlier Remington purchase. While it too wasn't the best, it's like night and day compared to the Hogue. Is there anything that makes the Hogue more attractive to some, even with the "limp noodle" forend?