Ive been wearing g-shocks almost exclusively since '85. Basically other than a couple of timex shock models, I have nothing but g-shocks. Anyway 5 days ago I received a casio mrws300h analog. Casio introduced it last year and I think its a great looking watch. Yesterday I reached for it on my dresser and fumbled and dropped it. It fell 3 feet and hit my hardwood floor. I watched it all the way to the floor(like a slow motion event) and noted that it landed pretty hard on it's side, but Ive dropped some of my gshocks same place, same way probably hundreds of times in the last 25 years. Needless to say all three hands were knocked way out of place. The minute hand moved the most and was 14 minutes out of place. I guess I really wasnt expecting a fall from 3 feet to have such an impact since Ive done much worse to my gshocks over the years. Just as an experiment I went and got my GA100 and dropped it in a similar manner 3 times and of course, NONE of the GA100's hands were knocked out of place. I reset the time on the MRW and I'm sure it will still keep time correctly but I'm always bumping door jams or taking small impacts on my watch and now in the back of my mind I'll have trouble trusting it to be correct. Sort of a small reminder of why Ive been wearing g-shocks for so long.