I just found this circa 1993 Colt. I had packed it up to send in for a battery replacement and somehow the unmailed package got forgotten about misplaced... for like 20 years! I bought it new--it was my first "nice" watch and aside from the sentimental value to me, I realize it's a pretty great looking and sturdy watch. What do you guys think would be the best route to getting it up and running again? Send it in to Breitling? Full overhaul or just new battery and gaskets? I never had it serviced, only a battery replacement or two. Now after all this time, the lume in the hands looks a little ragged, though it still glows. The crystal has a couple of deep scratches, but no chips. I think the movement was in good shape when I packed it up all those years ago, other than needing a new battery. Is there somewhere that I can send it for less expensive, but still excellent work? Is it even worth repairing or restoring? Any advice about how to go forward here would be most appreciated!