At first, I thought it was a pretty goofy looking stock, but after getting a good look online, I'm digging it. There are some cool features that I think are big hits for Magpul. For instance, the sling mount on either side of the stock is a nice touch, as is the extra bit of polymer at the base of the grip, which will help with holding and firing the weapon in a high stress environment. Magpul claims to have a good recoil reducing butt pad. With a MSRP of $110, it's not exactly inexpensive, but it's not out of this world either. In my opinion, with the extra bonus features of the stock, it's good value.
Okay, so how do you get a light on the MOE grip? There's no rail. Magpul has integrated slots into the forend so you can add rail sections where needed. For just a few bones, I can get a bit of rail mounted where it will be useful and add something like a Streamlight TLR-1s, which is the same proven light that I have mounted on my Beretta M9A1. A TLR-1s can be purchased for under $100, and for home defense purposes, it's more than enough light. So for under $150, you too can have an effective lighting system for your home defense shotgun.
Magpul always has good ideas, and these latest are fantastic and may just be the answer to my shotgun stock dilemma. I'm glad I didn't spend the money sooner.