Ditto! (And if anyone did, they could really use a SOH transplant.
Personally, I think every serious collection needs four watches, at a minimum: An iconic dive watch (I have two: the PO and the Sub-C); an iconic chronograph (for me it's my Speedies); a vintage watch (for the time being, it's my first "grown-up" watch, a Croton automatic, received in 1960); and a quality dress watch. That last one for me could be a JLC, but I really aspire to a Lange. However, if I could ever score that vintage Patek, both the third and fourth watches would be combined into one.
Since I have a vintage watch, albeit one I never wear, the acquisition of another is a lower priority. And since my lifestyle tends towards the casual now, a fine dress watch also would likely spend most of its life in the safe. The first two categories always have been a top priority, and I always have had an example of one, if not both.
And that makes priorities a greater factor in our watch acquisitions, I believe, than brand or even price.