The Frogman - i don't understand Casio's reasoning behind this watch. Does anyone actually use it as a dive watch? It doesn't have any sensors (depth, temperature, pressure would be useful at the least) and the only thing going for it is the ISO certification. I'm sure most g-shocks would perform just as well at "200M" underwater. Why not skip the costly ISO certification and sell it for a couple hundred bucks by the truckloads, like the other masters of G. It'd pay a 100$ premium for it's original design. If they're gonna make a watch ISO certified, they should pick one that has the most features - like a pathfinder - something that you'd want to be bulletproof. It's a total ripoff - $700 gets you a ISO certified basic watch with a set of features no different than any other $100 g-shock out there.
I'm angry coz it looks awesome and i want one.