My "tactical" shotgun is a simple 12 gauge Ithaca Model 37 Featherwight DS Police Special. That's a cylinder bore, rifle sighted, 18" barrel, wooden stocked, pump gun. Serial number shows it was made in 1972. I keep it in the closet with 5 rounds of OO buck in the magazine and 5 more rounds in an elastic butt cuff.
I also have a plain old 12 ga Remington 870 bird gun. Cost me $185, used. It will do most any job asked of a shotgun if you use the correct ammo.
I'm not a flashy guy, I don't have flashy firearms. But, Hey, if you want all that stuff on your gun that is your choice. Spend the money, support the gun business.
I'm not bashing your taste in weapons, either, but as noted above - try it out at the range. Get some time with it and you may change your mind about a couple things.
I prefer simplicity in weapons.