The CZ 455 comes in many flavors each with it’s perfect reason to pick that version. For me it came down to the Varmint in one of two versions, one with it’s classic wooden stock and the Precision Trainer with it’s Manners Composite T4 stock. I chose the former knowing that if I wanted to, I could change out the stock later for around the same cost. Further one of the benefits of the 455 is that you can easily swap out the barrels to change between .22LR (the caliber I picked) to .22WM or .17HMR, no gunsmith required! So far I have kept it with the original stock and have not purchased different caliber barrels/mags.