Typical...way to add nothing to the conversation.
In all fairness, it does add something to the conversation... a point of view that differs from everyone else that posted before.
While more obviously could have been said (but then someone would have had issue with that, so moot point), some people aren't a bullpup fan. Let's say this wasn't a NJ question... and the Saigas were the topic. Do we really just need to hear which smith did them the best? Or if someone states that Saiga magazines are finicky, and shotgun shells don't do well in the long term being stacked vertically... is that not something that speaks to the conversation? The KSG has its detractors. I personally don't like how complicated the DP-12 is (and expensive).
Moving past that, I prefer the KSG. I liked what it offered, which is why I bought it and a Tavor after the past election. But I'm also a fan of the Ithaca action... which the KSG is very close to (just bullpup, and the ability to pick from two tubes). It has plenty of aftermarket, and really has been used a lot (having a Gen 2 of anything tends to show progress). Having the newer version, it is well built and definitely will last. I did have a bad frame pin (spring wouldn't hold it in), but KelTec sent me a replacement quickly (I had a KNS QD pin on order, so was a spare).
If you go with the KSG, get a decent vertical grip (I run a Magpul). Best way to keep your hand from going in front of the muzzle. Another big thing is the plastic cheek rest... because steel is cold. But I did a few extras that most people won't... high visibility followers and SMT choke adapter. Followers clean up the gun, and it is nice to open the tubes up for cleaning crap out of there (you definitely want to clean a KSG, because there is lot of oil/preservative in them when they ship). But the choke adapter extends the muzzle (less chance of blowing a hand off) and gives me Remington chokes (what I use with most of my shotguns).
I also don't recommend loading different ammo in each tube and trying to select one for a specific need. While you can train to run a KSG, flipping a switch for slug might not be a great idea when you forget there is buckshot in the chamber. Too much difference in operation, and too much liability. Use it as a reload.