I'll choose #2
#2 I have a GA100-1A which I really like. I might add the GA150 at some point. I like the digital functions ability so the GAC100 would be my last choice.
Since you like them all, you can of course buy them all.
If you would like to get one of them only, you must ask yourself what functions you need in G-Shock beside its toughness.
GAC100 is a pure analog - I like its design but it only has timekeeping and chronograph functions, nothing else; however, it looks cool.
GA150 and GA100 have much more functions including stopwatch, alarm, auto calendar, etc. More practical if you need those functions.
Between GA150 and GA100, I would choose GA150.
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I would choose the GA-100 because of its positive LC-display.
Functionality is the same for GA-100 and 150.
The GAC has much less functionality.
Setting the time to the second is somewhat trickier then on the GA-s.
If your not a real fan of the design, you should prefer one of the other two.
That would be my choice. The GA-100 desert looks stunning in reality, no picture I have seen to date does justice to it. The GA-150 is a little boring, if black is your thing I think the all-black GA-100 is the better choice., though the GA-150 got easier to press buttons also for gloves. The GAC-150 is pure analog and lacks nearly any feature of the other two. It also lacks the LED illumination so you have to rely on the lume of the hands only and we all know how crappy Casio lume is....
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Got the GA100 in desert color for Christmas and love the looks, gettin alot of compliments on it!
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