Okay, let's talk about some more "nuts-and-bolts" items - timekeeping!
In consultation with the online "atomic" clock - we are very close to "TRUE" - meaning we have a + 2 second variance over the first week. And an important thing to understand about how the 15 day review - I do not time it in the various positions - dial up, dial down, etc. I try to be as "normal" as possible. This means that I wear the watch, take it off at night (and I honestly couldn't tell you whether it's dial, crown, up/down etc.) - and I suspect that most of us are like this.
The comfort on this watch is FIRST RATE!!! Back when I worked for DOXA, my first "company watch was the SUB 600 (time/date). Later that year, the 5000T came out, and all of us "traded up". In retrospect, the watch felt a wee bit big/heavy. It was (and is) quite nice, but with the bracelet it was a bit much for me. When I worked on the Project AWARE watch - that became my company watch. Since then, I think it is safe to say that I have looked for a "Tweener" between the two. The Aquadive Bathyscaphe 100 is as close as I have come. It has been incredibly comfortable as a daily wearer, but still stands out as an icon of 60s cool!
So to that end - some more images -