I'd go for that used Savage myself too if it's in good shape.
If it's a pre-Accutrigger, then that cheap looking stamped sheetmetal factory trigger is easily tunable into an excellent hunting trigger. No need to swap it out.
If it's an Accutrigger, I personally would consider replacing it with a Timney if it was my purchase. I wouldn't go with RifleBasix...just going by my personal experience with them on Rugers and Remingtons.
I've checked out the new Ruger on the shelves locally, but I've got no range time with one and I don't know anyone that has bought one yet.
-I do like the short-lift three-lug bolt design.
-That new adjustable trigger doesn't seem that bad on the couple that I looked at either...considering I'm not a big fan of the Accu-trigger or any of the "clones" like this is. I'm old fashioned and prefer a nice well-tuned single-stage or a single/double-set trigger.
-I didn't get a chance to cycle any rounds through the action or mag, but if this rotary mag feeds as good as Ruger's other rotarys then that is a positive.
-I just plain don't like the synthetic stock or the styling either...but then again I'm partial to the classic lines of Mausers and all their "antiquated" variants (which is why I like the M77 and the M77MkII).