No matter what call you choose, practice, practice, practice.
Lots of brands have been tossed at you Bruce, but as I suspected very little mention of calling proficiency. After almost 20 years of chasing birds, I still prefer a double reed or 2.5 reed call, they are just easier for me to sound authentic on, and in particular, call softly with. Just about every National Champ out there is selling calls now and they are mostly 3.5 or 4 reed calls with fancy batwing cuts that cost $10.00 or more each. That's a lot of reeds to keep dry and separated to keep the call in peak condition. They take a lot more air to operate and unless you have hundreds of hours to practice will probably bark and cutt a lot better than they'll purr or yelp very softly.
I love Mark Strands recent quote of Harold Knight in T&TH- "The diaphragm call is the greatest conservation tool ever created."
Some of my favorites are the Perfection True Double, Primos Cuttin' Hen, HS E-Z Rasp and Cane Creek Dead End. All are 2.5 reeds or less. I know this will rub a few guys the wrong way but I'll bet they would eventually confide that they get their best authentic turkey sounds out of a pot and peg call or diaphragm that is less than 4 reeds. The bottom line is go with a call that you can most sound like a turkey with and not what is currently cool, popular or someone else's idea of a great call.
<- <- <- <- <- <- <- <- <- <- <- <-