The good news is that this is a forum full of slightly weird G-Shock fans, many of whom do some almost-equally weird things with their watches!
I have accumulated a collection of mostly normal G-Shocks over four years in my quest for the "perfect G for me," in a demented version of Goldilocks and the Three Bears' cottage scenario. "This G-Shock is too ______, and this other one is too _______. THIS one is just right...well...almost! If it only had _______ then it would be perfect. Oh, wait -- what about THIS one? Hmmmm...close, but not quite. This OTHER one is a little closer still, but not quite either. Maybe I should look at Pro Treks or the rest of the Casio line!"
So now I have a couple dozen Casio watches and I only wear four or five on a regular basis. The really embarrassing part is how I've accumulated a few "doubles" or even "triples" of watches that -- at the time -- I thought was perfect for me! "I should buy another one so I don't have to worry about this one getting banged up" or the occasional eBay "how can I pass up a spare at THAT price?! That's like buying a spare bezel and strap and getting the rest of the watch for FREE!" It might have been a good idea at the time, but now it means that I've got two or three of the same watch that I now almost never wear!
Last year I thought about thinning the herd and asked advice on where to sell them, but I still haven't actually done anything about it yet. It's not like I'd lose a ton of money on the deal, since I generally shopped around and almost always paid less than retail price, so I'm not sure what's stopping me.