I was chatting with a locksmith back and forth when I purchased my safe. He was of the opinion that the overwhelming majority of gun safes are not that great. I was surprised that most of them having drywall layers as fire protection (no UL fire protection rating) and the metal was thinner than I imagined. I ended up buying a commercial safe off of craigslist from a jewelry wholesaler for something like $700. Actual UL fire rating and burglary rating, metal and concrete, 1200 lbs and an S&G lock like you see on the nice gun safes. No provisions for gun storage of course. That said, most people would probably be well served by the type of safe that was linked to. We should all have insurance on our firearms anyway. I just think the high end gun safes get a bit overpriced for what they are compared to commercial safes.