I will... when I get back home in 2 days ;)
I still like this watch a lot. It's not about the accuracy, it's about the decorations and the overall 'feel'.
I also have (somewhere) the microscopical photo of the balance upper bearing with the pivot significantly thinner than the jewel hole (and a Vostok Precision bearing for comaprison).
Clearly the balance staff has a wrong sized pivot for some reason,. and I think this should be the reason for the inaccuracy.
It does make sense - if you use a staff with pivots too thin (to a certain degree, of course), the watch will run very well for you, but will have significant positional deviatios, which can be often seen in repaired (or well worn) vintage watches.
I agree maybe I should have returned the watch for repairs immediately after the buy, but... you know - when you like a watch you can accept it's poorer accuracy (as long as you don't have to adjust it every single day) and if you don't like a watch - it can be dead accurate, you still won't like it any better ;)
What I don't like are the markings on the caseback notches my watch key made. They are very small, but I never thought 316L steel was so soft (in fact - it is soft, and that's one of the reasons why it's used for watch cases - easier to craft). Well - one keeps learning for all his life :)
I think I will just update the original thread with a new post and post a link here. In 2 or 3 days time :)