Take a look at the Ruger Match Champion. Ruger trimmed it down a bit so it doesn't look so blocky as the regular GP. If I hadn't found my early 686 I'd have the Match Champion.
The best answer from my view is to look for older used smiths. I am more of a k frame guy, and all of mine are late 60's or older. With patience an older pre lock gun can be found cheaper than new and with revolvers that have been in production for decades I see no point at all in buying new.the one exception here is newer variations that were not made in the past. For example the 8shot 9mm or 10 shot 22's. I detest stainless steel and wish smith would bring out some of these newer variants blued