I have thought about this and even tried to get the gun set up, but it didn't work out.
My ideal turkey gun is a 12ga side by side. With 3in chambers, double triggers, screw in chokes, and sling swivels.
I would have the gun rust blued. I like the looks of rust bluing and its a dull finish that is basically earth tones.
I want the gun to be able to kill a gobbler at 40 yards so it would to deliver a killing pattern out to 45 yards to cover any range estimation errors I might make.
The SxS gives you 2 chokes, one for in close and for the 30 to 40 yard shots. Its relatively light weight and its action makes the gun short & compact. The beneift of short is not in swinging the gun, but in carrying it. But 3in chambers and double triggers are a somewhat rare combo. An over & under is even more rare to have double triggers and would be a lot more "tippy" on the knee.
The double triggers gives you instant shot selection. I try not to hate much in this world, but 1 thing I do absolutely HATE is the single selective trigger. For such a seemingly simple mecnanism, it can fail miserably...and it does!
The screw in choke and sling swivels can be added on, as can the rust bluing.
The hard part is getting the gun to shoot where I am aiming. The SxS I tried hit 18 inces LOW at 40 yards. I even raised up the comb with pads and was seeing the whole top of the barrel and it STILL shot low.
The other rub is sighting. I am lefthanded but its possible to adjust a stock. When you shoot beads your rear sight is your eye. You need to mount the gun consistently to have a consistent rear sight. Shooting from a sitting position and the extremes of far right and far left become difficult to mount a gun properly. My eyes are to old for iron sights but I suppose a peep sight might work. I am not going to put a dot sight or scope on a SxS. I couldn't stand to look at it...much less carry it.
If money were no concern I would just keep trying SxS's. For now I'll stick with my T C Encore and Trijicon sight.