Honestly, the wood stocked guns are better, the tupperware stocks are pitiful. I usually buy the cheapest rifle and put on a B&C Duramaxx stock, which are a lot stiffer. The new Accustock might be another matter, but I haven't seen anyone using one on their PD rifles, so I can't really say much about them.
I think the VLP (Varmint, Low Profile) is Savage's best stock, by far. Good laminated stock, NOT built like the BVSS 3x6 lumberyard stock, the VLP actually fits humans.
The LRPV uses an HS Precision stock, so it doesn't count here, but the FV, FVSS, and other synthetic Savage stocks bend pretty easily, and rub against the barrels pretty often, which will throw a shot into South Carolina, if you're trying to shoot groups or prairie dogs, for that matter.
That's probably why Savage came out with the Accustock, to get rid of the older Tupperware handle. I like the VLP stock best, but for my uses, the Duramaxx stocks work just as well, for half the money. All three of my Savage Varmint rifles are in Duramaxx stocks. I'd suggest waiting until Midway has a sale, buy the cheapest one (usually $89) and some Krylon, and make it your own.