There are a number of excellent self-loaders on the market today. I shoot a good many of them in my work, in competition and for hunting. I frankly like most of them very much.
I always recommend that you shoulder as many guns as possible and see which one fits and feels the best to you. That's a pretty personal thing that no one else can really tell you. Fit and confidence are very important to shooting success.
Of the guns that you've mentioned, I'd favor the 11-87. I've shot them for many years and can testify that they are tough and reliable shotguns. The only objection that I've ever heard to them is that they are heavy. I consider that an attribute because it also helps reduce recoil.
If you choose a lighter gun, you can always help the recoil situation with a slip on recoil pad. I use and recommend the Shooter's Friend Recoil pad. I could not possibly shoot as much as I do without one.
You've been given excellent advice about cleaning. It's important to clean the action and of course the barrel and the choke(s). I'd recommend that you consider reading "Cleaning a Shotgun Barrel" at http://www.allaboutshooting.com
Over the years that article has really helped many shooters be much more successful with their shotguns.
Whatever gun you choose, I'm sure you'll enjoy it for many years to come.