I bought my UTS-15 beast online, but not from Impact, b/c they didn't carry it at the time. Nevertheless, it took me a while (excuse the pun)to "pull the trigger" on my purchase.Like many others, I stumbled upon and watched that negative video by those kids on YouTube. In all honesty,at the time, I had a premonition that the video was likely some competitor marketing tactic. Why? It just didn't seem like a naturally objective review to me, and the participants relentless "soft bashing" of the gun seemed too obvious. Now that I have my own UTAS, UTS-15 (I have the Gen 3), I can tell you that this firearm works flawlessly and, indubitably, is one of the funnest shotguns you'll ever shoot right out of the box. IMO,it's important to thoroughly familiarize yourself with the firearm, and before you go shooting,strip it, clean it and lube per UTAS specs. Moreover, don't ever short stroke it, use it with authority, and it should perform perfectly. To put it in perspective, my Kimbers are some of the most reputable, but yet finicky handguns I own, and anyone that has one, knows exactly what I'm talking about. My point? There is no "viral video" that incessantly bashes all Kimbers pistols. Why? B/c they are solid, well-built guns, and as consumers, we learn how to get the best out of them. This, IMO, is true with all firearms. Bottom line: The UTS-15 (again, I own the Gen 3) is an amazing firearm, a definite conversation piece, and a great addition to any gun enthusiast's collection. Enjoy, be safe, and don't forget to support the NRA, who is in the trenches fighting for your 2nd Amendment rights.